Newly elected Habitat for Humanity Board Chair, Renee Woolfolk,
presents a plaque to Immediate Past Chair, John McBride.
Officers and three new board members were elected to the Habitat for Humanity Prince William County Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2015.
New board member, Bob Anderson, is the President/CEO of Metro Sign & Design, Inc., in Manassas Park, which he founded in 1984. Anderson has served as the past president of the Prince William Greater Manassas Chamber of Commerce; past president of S.E.R.V.E., Inc.; past president of Virginia Sign Association; past president of the Center for the Arts of Greater Manassas and Prince William County; past president of the Rotary Club of Manassas; and is the current president of the Manassas Park Education Foundation.
New board member, Larry Hughes, is the former City Manager of Manassas and former Deputy County Executive of Prince William County. During his tenure as City Manager, Hughes focused on community-level projects, economic development and financial management. He also led an award winning Neighborhood Services Program that forged partnerships between neighborhoods, the city and volunteers to undertake community improvement projects.
New board member, Scott Silvestain, is a certified public accountant with Duvall Wheeler, LLP, in Manassas. Silvestain has over 15 years of business experience in Northern Virginia in accounting, tax and commercial real estate. He received both his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Accounting from George Mason University and is a US Army veteran.
The officers elected to the Habitat for Humanity Board are:
Chair: Renee Woolfolk, First Mt. Zion Baptist Church
Chair-Elect: Michael Kitchen, Christopher Consultants, Ltd.
Secretary: Marci Swanson, Retired
Treasurer: Scott Silvestain, CPA, Duvall Wheeler, LLP
Immediate Past Chair: John McBride, Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C.