Habitat For Humanity Saint Louis Selects New Board Members

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Martin, EmilyHabitat for Humanity Saint Louis has announced the selection of six new members to its Board of Directors. New board members include:  Emily Martin, President of Aschinger Electric; Rashda Buttar, Senior Vice President-General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of Foresight Energy LP; Mike Murphy, Vice President and General Manager of KMOV-TV; Ed Alizadeh, President and CEO of Geotechnology, Inc.; Roger Brown, Senior Vice President, Director of Manager Research, Summit Strategies; and Anna Hart, Vice President of Human Resources for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis Board of Directors officers include: Board President, Marc Hirshman, Twain Financial; President Elect, Linda Loewenstein, The Lawrence Group; and Past President, Rick Sullivan, St. Louis Public Schools Special Administrative Board.

Alizedah, Ed_1The Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis Board also includes: Darren Bahr, Anheuser-Busch InBev; Brad Beggs, Development Strategies; Christina Cavazos Bennett, PreserverPartners, LLC; Amy Berg, S. M. Wilson & Co.; Precious Bourrage, Homebuyer Representative; Jami Boyles, Lewis Rice; Lance Cage, HOK; Raschelle Burton, Wells Fargo; Matt Favazza, Central Bank of St. Louis; David Foster, Home Depot; Peggy Holly, Boeing; Bob Lazaroff, The Michelson Organization; Amelia Lewis, Thompson Coburn; Brent Robbs, Stifel Nicolaus & Company, Inc.; Chris Roetheli, US Bancorp Community Development Corporation; Sarah Roe Sise, Armstrong Teasdale; Jeff St. Omer, Lewis Rice; Pattye Taylor-Phillips, Enterprise Holdings; Kay Gasen Thenhaus; Edgar Velazquez, IFF; David Wakeman, AmerenUE; Bob West, Paster West & Kraner; and Stephen Westbrooks, Affordable Equity Partners.

Hart, AnnaAlumni board members include: Steve Brown, Balke Brown Associates; Stephen Jones, Armstrong Teasdale LLC; Howard Smith, Smith NMTC Associates LLC; and Pete Weitzel, Weitzel Construction.

Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis (HFHSL) is a not-for-profit, ecumenical housing ministry working in partnership with individuals and communities of all faiths to improve housing conditions and provide safe, decent and affordable housing in St. Louis City and County. 

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