CHAMBERSBURG- Habitat For Humanity of Franklin County has announced a restructuring of leadership positions aimed at future organizational growth. Mark Story has been selected to be Habitat’s Executive Director and Justin Hoke will serve in a newly created role as Operations Manager.
Mark and Justin have a combined work experience with Habitat of nearly 20 years and the two worked side-by-side to open the ReStore in 2015. Mark’s focus will be public-facing to promote the Habitat brand and to present opportunities to the community for greater involvement. Justin will manage the day-to-day business of Habitat to ensure seamless systems are in place to support a structure for our growing staff and volunteers.
Board of Directors Chair, Doug Hess, says, “The future of Habitat for Humanity in Franklin County is bright, and our mission is strong. Building on the successes, and hard work of the previous Executive Director, Tom Reardon, HFHFC is positioning itself to serve even more families in our community for years to come. We are incredibly pleased to promote these two long-term employees to new leadership roles.”
Mark and Justin will officially start their new positions on Monday, November 6, 2023.