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Evergreen Habitat for Humanity Announces New Board Officers and Welcomes New Board Members - 01/14/22

[VANCOUVER, Wa.]  (January 14, 2022) – Evergreen Habitat for Humanity announces newly elected board members and officers for 2022. Officers for 2022 include Board President: Brad Eriksen, Vice President: Andrea King, Treasurer: Stacia White, and Secretary: Olivia Ramos. Newly elected board members include John DiVittorio, Mojgan Kasraei, Mike Selig, Holly Valkama, and Ashley Webb.


John DiVittorio has been a regular on Habitat’s construction site since 2010. He is an electrical engineer who held a variety of engineering and management positions at Hewlett-Packard before retiring in 2005.


Mojgan Kasraei has been with Umpqua Bank for 12 years and in banking for 28 years. She has served on the Evergreen Habitat board in the past and is excited to join again. She also currently serves as the Chair of Community In Motion (previously Human Services Council).  


Mike Selig has spent his entire career working in the building industry, after working many years as a carpenter in both commercial and residential construction. Mike joined Clark County’s Building Safety program as a building inspector. Since 2013, Mike has run the Clark County Weatherization Assistance Program that serves low-income clients providing energy efficiency upgrades, repair and ventilation improvements to their homes. Mike has been involved with Habitat since our founding in 1991.


Holly Valkama is a founding partner in 1961 Consulting, a local management consulting firm. Prior to consulting, Holly was an executive for over 10 years, across a broad range of industries in both manufacturing and financial services.


Ashley Webb has worked in the beauty industry for 18+ years and currently oversees the West Coast as the Director of Sales for Aveda. She has volunteered with Habitat for 6 years now and has served on our Development Committee, volunteered at our local construction site, and has served abroad through our Global Village program. 


Since 1991, Evergreen Habitat for Humanity has worked to improve living conditions for low-income Clark County residents. People in our community, and all over the world, partner with Habitat for Humanity to build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability, and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and their families. For additional information or to schedule an interview with Evergreen Habitat for Humanity, please contact Josh Townsley, Executive Director, Evergreen Habitat for Humanity, at 360-737-1759.