chfh team members
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Jeremy has been with Charleston Habitat for Humanity since 2000 serving as a volunteer, as a family services committee member, and as an architect of the affiliate’s repair program. Beginning in June 2005, he became the organization’s executive director. Prior to this, he taught community engagement and urban planning at the College of Charleston. Browning holds a Ph.D. in Urban Studies and Planning from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a master’s degree in the same field from San Diego State University, while his Bachelor of Science in Urban Geography is from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Born and raised in Glasgow, Browning came to the United States for graduate studies. He has lived in Charleston since 1994 and resides in West Ashley.
Jon has been with Charleston Habitat for Humanity since 2012 starting as the Assistant Restore Manager. He spent the year of 2014 as the Truck Driver picking up donations from the community to supply the Restore. From January 2015 to current, he moved to our construction team and has been acting as our Site Supervisor/Volunteer Coordinator. Hull received a BS in Physical Education with a Recreation emphasis and a Minor in Bible in 2007 from Lee University in Cleveland, TN. Born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, Hull has lived in Charleston since 2012.
Director of Development
Nancy has worked in the nonprofit field for 12 years, joining the Charleston Habitat for Humanity team in 2016. Prior to moving to Charleston, her career included providing national fundraising support for Easter Seals Dixon Center for Military and Veteran Services in Washington DC, resource development leadership for the Richmond Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Virginia, and event coordination and management of the BI-LO Charity Classic in Greenville, SC. She has served on several nonprofit committees and boards, and assisted a local organization to become a nationally certified Child Advocacy Center. She served on the board of directors for the Julie Valentine Center for five years, with two as an executive leader. She was honored to speak before the Joint Leadership Council and at the Virginia War Memorial in 2012 in response to the Habitat for Heroes program she helped create in Central Virginia. Lee received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Furman University in Greenville, SC.