McKenna new Habitat for Humanity ED

Patrick McKenna has been announced as the new executive director for Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North, effective May 4.

McKenna is a long time resident of the Comox Valley and comes to Habitat with extensive experience in leading two major retail stores in the Valley.

With his extensive business background and board experience, we will look forward to growth and Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North’s capacity to build more houses for families each year, as well as expansion of our ReStore presence in the Comox Valley and in Campbell River.

“I am so excited to be joining Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North,” said McKenna.

“I have always had a passion for building community. To be able to connect that passion with my work life is an exhilarating and a rewarding opportunity.”


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