New members named To Habitat Charlotte Board

06/24/2014 5:55 PM

06/24/2014 5:58 PM

In a season of transition that includes the naming of a new president/CEO earlier this month, Habitat for Humanity Charlotte announced Tuesday the addition of eight new members elected to serve on the non-profit’s board.

They include:

Doug Bolton, resident of Hilton Head, SC, rejoins the Habitat Charlotte’s board after having served in that capacity in 2009.

Neal Cook, head of Banking & Capital Markets practice group at Parker Poe Attorneys and Counselors at Law.

Mike Ferone, senior human resources manager of Bank of America, currently in the Global Corporate Services and Chief Investment Officer Divisions. For several years he served as an ad hoc member of the Habitat Charlotte’s board’s Personnel Committee.

Peggy Howard Hey, an attorney by training who is director of Real Estate Services for Carolina’s HealthCare. Hey served as the attorney associated with Habitat Charlotte’s purchase of the ReStore location on N. Wendover Road.

Yolanda Johnson is CEO of SB&J Enterprises, a family-owned business that owns and operates concessions at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Also an attorney by training, she has served on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Commission.

Bryan Manges, manager of Corporate Accounting at Piedmont Natural Gas. Manges helped establish the Charlotte Community Tool Bank and served that organization as founding board member.

Caroline Sink, an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, whose primary practice areas include commercial real estate, commercial lending and public finance. She has served on numerous Habitat Charlotte Women Build crews, and has built with Habitat for Humanity International in Africa.

Kathy Spence, co-owner of Bannister Homes, who has been involved with Habitat Charlotte for years and serves on the affiliate’s Green Committee.

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