Meet Our Team

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Brent Bohanan

Executive Director
bbohanan@habitatgwinnett.org

Patrick Baez

WRAP Program Specialist
pbaez@habitatgwinnett.org

Suzy Bus

Receptionist/Office Assistant
sbus@habitatgwinnett.org

Robert 'Bob' Cox

Director of Retail
rcox@habitatgwinnett.org

Jose Garcia

ABWK Crew Leader
jgarcia@habitatgwinnett.org

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Audrielle Jackson

WRAP Program Assistant
ajackson@habitatgwinnett.org

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Jan Mayheu

Director of Philanthropy
jmayheu@habitatgwinnett.org

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Reesa McLean

Director of Finance and Administration
rmclean@habitatgwinnett.org

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Perry McWilliams

Volunteer Coordinator
pmcwilliams@habitatgwinnett.org

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Oscar Núñez

ABWK Coordinator
onunez@habitatgwinnett.org

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Jen Welch, volunteer coordinator
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Cliff Shields

Construction Manager
cshields@habitatgwinnett.org

Rhonda Streat

Director of Homeowner Services
rstreat@habitatgwinnett.org

Jen Welch

Director of Programs
jwelch@habitatgwinnett.org

Darci Wells

ReStore Assistant Manager
dwells@habitatgwinnett.org

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A Message From our Executive Director

Fall 2021

Gwinnett Habitat is proud to announce that we are now Gwinnett/Walton Habitat for Humanity. We recently merged with the Walton County Habitat affiliate and are now serving families in Walton County.

There are two main reasons for this strategic expansion. First, the existing all-volunteer affiliate was considering closing and asked for our help. We want to make sure that families in Walton County who need affordable housing and home repairs are able to receive them. Secondly, we desired to expand our service area into Walton County because of the increased access to affordable land for building. We currently have two buildable lots in Monroe and are closing soon on an additional lot.

We are excited to begin building in Monroe in September. We have also recently completed our first ABWK home repair project and identified several additional families in the area that are in need of home repairs. Several groups have reached out to support our efforts. I would like to thank Grace Monroe Church, Hope Monroe, the Monroe City Council, and the Walton/Barrow Board of Realtors for reaching out to help. Hope Monroe, a non-profit housing organization, has offered to match donations toward our fall build up to $10,000. Also, we welcome Tyler Gregory, Monroe City Councilman, who has just joined our board of directors.

We are so grateful for the warm reception we are receiving and can’t wait to serve more families in Walton County. Help us get the word out to your friends and family that live or work in this area. If you would like to help with this new effort, just check out our website or give our office a call.  Together, we are building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter for families in Gwinnet and Walton Counties. Thanks for being a part of our growing team. God bless.

Executive Director

Rev. Brent Bohanan

Meet Our Board of Directors

2019 Board of Directors

Board Officers

Ed Ringer, Vice President, Connectivity Wireless

Chris Hermansen, Vice President, Epiphany Lutheran Church

Wendy Lawrence, Secretary, Wells Fargo

Ashley Goff, Treasurer, Moore Stephens Tiller LLC

Board Members

Amina Borrero, Ernst & Young

Kara Dutton, Gwinnett County School System

Robert Fawehinmi, Technology Solutions Services

Tyler Gregory, Gregory STC, Monroe City Council – District 6

Ken Halley, FH Investment Group

Marcus Hinton, Agios Pharmaceuticals

Glori Hunter, Habitat Homeowner

Kyle Jassman, Sandstone Insurance Partners

Glen Rubin, Rubin Lublin, LLC

Kathy Webb, Habitat Homeowner

Moshe Webster, Kitchen Gallery

Candice Williams, Capital City Home Loans