With so many working parts of HFHGH, it takes a lot of people who volunteer their time and efforts to keep us moving forward to be able to give a hand up to those in need.
Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor is currently seeking board members who wants to see change in their community. With the low income housing being such a big need, and very little available Habitat needs help. If you have compassion for helping others in need of a hand up Habitat is the place for you! Along with board members we are also looking for Treasurer and a secretary positions to be filled.
About Habitat for Humanity Board members.
Tony Enzler - Board President
Current Employment: Chief Operations Officer for Quinault Enterprises. Oversee the daily operation and provide operational support for the Quinault Nation Enterprise Board which owns several companies within the following industries: timber/land management, clinical/medical addiction treatment, retail convenience stores, seafood processing and hospitality/casino gaming.
· Chimacum High School, Class of 1993
· Washington State University, Bachelors in Business Administration major in Finance
· Marylhurst University, Masters of Business Administration, focus in Finance
Other Board Positions:
· President – Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor
· Treasurer – Newrizons Federal Credit Union
· Past President – Aberdeen City Rotary
· Board Chairman – Greater Grays Harbor, Inc.
· Endowment/Camping Committee – Pacific Harbors Council, Boy Scouts of America
· Board Member – Olympia Symphony
· Treasurer – 1st Presbyterian/Saron Lutheran Church
Married to Elichia Enzler, three children: Winston (8), Elisabeth (14), Dryden (17)
Rick Johnson - Vice President
Rick has served on the board for Habitat for Humanity since 2014. He has served as the construction chair and been a project manager on several projects.
My name is Carol Coady, and I am a Residential Lender for Timberland Bank in downtown Hoquiam. I have lived in Grays Harbor my whole life and raised three children in the Aberdeen and Hoquiam School Districts.
I am passionate about helping local individuals and families achieve their dreams of homeownership here in Grays
Harbor, and I look forward to being a part of helping families through Habitat for Humanity.
A Farm Girl, Mentor, Volunteer, Miss Grays Harbor, Pre-Law Student, Habitat for Humanity Board Member, Piano Player, and oh so much more! Kuinn is a Montesano High School Graduate, Grays Harbor College Graduate, and Currently studying to become an attorney. She also teaches a Cardio-kickboxing class at the YMCA of Grays Harbor. She is also an Ambassador with Greater Grays Harbor. You may recognize her from the YMCA where she is Mentor & Volunteer In the Youth & Teen Program.
Kuinn will use her scholarship money she won from the Miss Grays Harbor and the Miss Washington Scholarship Organization to pursue her Pre-Law studies. Kuinn is exited to have accepted a position at a local Law Firm
Janae, a board member with Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor has been serving the community she lives in for over 15 years. Volunteering in a multitude of capacities she has committed time to The Aberdeen Museum, Relay for Life, Skills USA and Youth Homelessness in Grays Harbor.
She has also held Secretary positions for a local Homeless non-profit, the Ambassadors of Greater Grays Harbor Inc., and previously with Habitat for Humanity of GH.
Janae has committed to those living in Grays Harbor with a Banking career of 14 years and has just recently transitioned to a career in Radio Marketing. She looks forward to contributing more time in 2023 to community events and initiatives.
My journey as a volunteer with Habitat has taken many paths since I started with the family support committee some 15 years ago. I am very excited to be back on the Habitat Board of Directors as secretary as well continuing my work with our family support and selection committees. We all know just how great the housing needs are in our community and Habitat has an important role to play in addressing the many issues that impact the ability of good, hard working people being able to have housing security.
Diane will always have a special place in our hearts and memories. She loved her family, her friends, and her community.