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.