Bev Thiel

Executive Director
Habitat for Humanity Kent County

About Me

Bev has been executive director of Habitat for Humanity Kent County since 2019. She has dedicated her career to the not-for-profit sector and is an advocate for racial equity in affordable housing. Focusing on equity in leadership from a female perspective drives her and those she seeks to empower. Bev has extensive experience in operations, a strategic emphasis on administration, fiscal development, efficiencies, and quality. As an integrator for Habitat, she serves to provide a focus on pathways to affordable housing and sustainability to the organization.

Bev lives in Cedar Springs with her husband Randy. She has two grown children and two beautiful granddaughters.