Habitat For Humanity Appoints 5 New Board Members

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area has appointed the following industry leaders to its Board of Directors: 

Catharine Bahner Daniels, owner of Plum Nelly Shop & Gallery;
Derrick DePriest, senior vice president at Atlantic Capital Bank;
Randy Drummer, CPA and partner of Henderson Hutcherson and McCullough, PLLC;
Mark Hite, owner of Mark Hite Team for Keller Williams Realty; and
Craig Smith, attorney at Miller and Martin
 
“Our board of directors and volunteers are the backbone to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area,” said David Butler, president & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga.

“We are so very grateful for the level of leadership, expertise, and passion all five leaders will bring to Habitat.” 
 
Ms. Bahner Daniels, Mr. DePriest, Mr. Drummer, Mr. Hite, and Mr. Smith will join 13 other board members at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area: Jim Ford, Veronica Herrera, Drew Hibbard, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Marter, Don McDowell, Linda Mines, James Moreland, Ron Morris, David Wade, Jennifer Whitaker, Lebron Womak, and Dave Worland.



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