East Stroudsburg resident Matt Bauman has been elected president of Monroe County Habitat for Humanity’s board of directors. Vice president of Burke Construction’s Dr. Energy Saver Division,Bauman previously served as Habitat’s vice president; he is also a member of the organization’s construction committee.
Other offices include Art White, vice president; Susan Watkins, secretary; and GerardLetendreJr., treasurer. Walter “Brick” Quinn will serve as an at large member of the executive committee.
White, a resident of Blairstown, NJ and Habitat board member, serves on its public relations committee. He is the Commercial Sales Representative for Frailey Insurance Services in Stroudsburg.
Re-elected secretary,Watkins joined the Habitat board in 2014; she previously chaired the PR committee and currently chairs the homeowner support committee. Formerly director of global communicationsat Sanofi Pasteur and PR and marketing director at Pocono Medical Center (now Lehigh Valley Hospital Pocono), she is a resident of East Stroudsburg.
Letendre, also an East Stroudsburg resident, is a CPA at Haber and Guenther in Hackettstown,NJ. He chairs the organization’s finance committee and was re-elected treasurer.
Quinn, a resident of Mountainhome and associate broker withReMax of the Poconos, serves on the homeowner support committee and completes the executive committee as a member at large.
“I am confident this winning leadership team will help us promote our vision to ensure that everyone in Monroe County has a safe, decent place to live,” said Kelly Kemmerer, Habitat’s executive director. “We are fortunate to benefit from the expertise and commitment of these extraordinary volunteers.”