Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County recently welcomed three new board members.
The new members to the nonprofit’s Board of Directors are Michael Carr, Stacey Mulholland, and Hal Margolit.
“The new Board of Directors members bring diverse experiences to their roles. Carr is an attorney with Eastburn and Gray and focuses his practice in the areas of real estate, zoning and land use in Bucks County and throughout Pennsylvania. Mulholland is a Public Affairs Specialist with the Delaware River Basin Commission. Margolit is a Tax Manager with Duane Morris LLP,” the organization announced in a press release.
“Our Board of Directors generously invests their time and efforts in fulfilling the mission of Habitat Bucks to build strength, stability and self-reliance within our Bucks County community,” said Florence Kawoczka, executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County. “We are grateful for their dedication to helping us meet the ongoing need for affordable housing.”
President Mike Keim, Vice President Karl Schmidt, Nancy Buckner, and Jim Esposito fill out the rest of the group’s Board of Directors.