02Jul

As Habitat Prince William County enters its 25th year of service to the community, it welcomes new board members and officers to its Board of Directors.

Mike Kitchen, Luanne Stevenson and Jim Trengrove – new board members FY20

Mike Kitchen
Vice President of Suburban Land Division
Christopher Consultants
A member of Christopher Consultants senior leadership time since 1997, Mike is responsible for the oversight and successful completion of all land development projects in Northern Virginia.

In addition to joining Habitat Prince William County’s Board of Directors, he also currently serves as Treasurer for the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association and is a member of the Executive Committee for NAIOP. Mike is a member of the Board of Directors  for Matthew’s Center, a non-profit organization located in Manassas dedicated to the education of autistic children. Mike is also a member of the Board of Trustees for Community Christian Fellowship.

Mike is a lifelong resident of Northern Virginia and graduated from Virginia Tech in 1983 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Mike lives in Bristow with his wife, Kelli, and two children.

Luanne Stevenson
Retired, Owner and President

ABS Graphics & Advertising
Luanne Ricozzi Stevenson is the former owner and president of ABS Graphics & Advertising, Inc. and an award-winning graphics designer. After 30 years of success, she and her husband Alexander (Sandy) sold their business in 2017 and retired.

Prior to joining her husband in the business, Luanne started a graphics division and was the Art Director for Day & Night Printing, Inc. in McLean. She was also the Graphic Arts Supervisor for Planning Research Corporation and a graphic artist and photographer for Pulsecom Division of Harvey Hubbell Inc. in Chantilly. A former editor of the Trinity Alumnae Magazine, Luanne earned her B.A. in Visual Communications from Trinity College in Washington, DC. During her career, Luanne won several awards including the 2015 Marcom Platinum Award and was voted Best of Prince William for Graphic Design.   

Luanne and her husband have one daughter. 

Jim Trengrove 
President and Founder

Barnaby Woods Group
Prior to founding the Barnaby Woods Group, a media consultant company, Jim worked as Senior Director of Communications at ICANN. Much of his extensive career was spent as a Senior Producer for The News Hour with Jim Lehrer; he was responsible for the content surrounding national politics and activities in Washington D.C., and eventually created a special “Capital Hill Unit”. He was also responsible for developing the program’s famous presidential election coverage. During his time at The News Hour, his Congressional News unit was a three time recipient of the Joan Barone Shorenstein Award for Washington-based reporting.

Jim wrote and produced a documentary in 2000, Debating Our Destiny: Forty Years of Presidential Debates, it was later nominated for an Emmy. He was also granted Harvard University’s prestigious Nieman Fellowship in 2001.

Jim and his wife, Roberta Baskin, live in Lake Jackson. 

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Mike, Luanne and Jim join our other distinguished Board of Directors working in service to ensure that local families and seniors living in Prince William County, Manassas and Mansassas Park have a decent and affordable place to call home. 

2019-2020 Officers

Rob Major, Chair
Owner, Major Home Inspections

Chuck Rector, Chair-Elect
Weber Rector Commercial Real Estate Services

Lawrence Hughes, Secretary
Consultant, Public Administration

William White, Treasurer
Apple Federal Credit Union

2019-2020 Directors

Mike Kitchen, Director
Vice President, Christopher Consultants, Ltd

Mike Massey, Director
Vice President, Ross, France & Ratliff, LLC

Luanne Stevenson, Director
Retired

Jim Trengrove, Director
Communications Consultant, Barnaby Woods Group, LLC

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