Letter from Habitat for Hunanity Board President



Dear Friends, Volunteers, Community Partners, and Supporters of Habitat for Humanity of Knox County,
It is with both sadness and gratitude that we must announce that Anita Clark will be resigning as the Managing Director of Habitat for Humanity of Knox County.
Anita joined our affiliate in 2018. Since then, she has helped usher in a new strategic plan through the Board of Directors, build new partnerships, and helped improve and stabilize operations and organizational processes, among many other accomplishments.
We sincerely thank her for her contribution and leadership in her time here. The Board wishes her the best of luck and opportunities in her future endeavors.
Anita’s last day will be February 28th at which point a successor will be named. Until then, the Board will continue to oversee the process of filling the position. We are confident that Anita and the staff and volunteers will make this a smooth transition for our clients, partners, and supporters.
If you have any questions about the transition or the organization, do not hesitate to reach out to the Board of Directors at https://www.hfhknoxoh.org/our-team . Please see the Affiliate Director Job Description and posting announcement for additional details at https://www.hfhknoxoh.org/career-opportunities .
Sincerely,
Talisha Beha
Board President
Habitat for Humanity of Knox County Board of Directors

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