HABITAT FOR HUMANITY NEWCOMERS - MARK VAN LUE & JO-AN TURMAN - HIT GROUND RUNNING WITH SUCCESSFUL JIMMY CARTER WORK PROJECT 2007
Greater L.A. Affiliate Taps New VP of Construction/Real Estate & Director of Marketing/Communications as “Building A Greater L.A. Campaign” Kicks Off
Los Angeles, CA – December 10, 2007: This year’s Jimmy Carter Work Project in Los Angeles was the largest for Habitat for Humanity in its twenty-four year history. Hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles, the event attracted over three-thousand volunteers from all over the world and built and rehabilitated nearly 100 homes. Mark Van Lue, Vice President of Construction and Real Estate and Jo-An Turman, Director of Marketing and Communications, joined the affiliate just weeks before the event began on October 28. The build week kicked off the “Building A Greater Los Angeles” campaign, which is top priority for Van Lue and Turman, who are committed to meeting the affiliate’s goal of building 250 homes in three years.
“We are thrilled with the addition of Mark Van Lue and Jo-An Turman to our executive team, said Erin Rank, President/CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. “Their background and passion for the mission of Habitat for Humanity is sincere. They have already made a tremendous impact on our work and the addition of these two positions will be instrumental in our future growth. “
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