Board of Directors Announces the Resignation of Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity’s CEOPosted by Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity, March 3, 2020
From Ted Dosch, Board Chair, Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity
Over the next several months, we will be conducting a search to find the new CEO of Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity. During this transition period, it is our priority to determine the key qualifications and find the best individual to lead, while still maintaining a stable and effective organization. We will share the job announcement in the coming weeks and ask for your suggestions in identifying candidates who can help Chicagoland HFH continue on our growth trajectory. In the interim, Rob Grierson will help lead the organization, and Chicagoland staff will continue operations and planning for upcoming events, such as the Habitat Hero event (which is June 23rd, 2020), throughout the transition.
Again, we cannot thank Matt enough for his passion, enthusiasm and leadership he has given Chicagoland Habitat over the past 7 years. He will be greatly missed by the Board, staff, and our many partners and donors. I am hopeful and excited for the next chapter of Chicagoland Habitat as we continue to support hard-working families throughout the region. If you have any questions or concerns during this transition process, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly at email@example.com.
Ted Dosch, Chair, Board of Directors, Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity
From Matt Johnson, CEO, Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity
It is difficult to express in words the gratitude I have for the Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors and the leadership they provide to the organization. This is an exceptional board that I will deeply miss following my departure. The confidence I have in Ted, and the rest of the board, to lead the CEO transition is immense. In addition, the Chicagoland HFH staff is very strong, and will continue to serve the affiliates and Chicagoland region well during the transition.
Thank you, to our community of supporters and partners, for everything you have done to help make Habitat throughout Chicagoland stronger, so that we can serve more hard-working individuals.
Matt Johnson, CEO, Chicagoland Habitat for Humanity