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Habitat for Humanity names Smith-Ahrens director of operations

This position implements the strategic goals, manages day-to-day business operations, and increases organizational capacity to serve more families.

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Heather Smith-Ahrens
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ALEXANDRIA — Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County has hired Heather Smith-Ahrens as director of operations.

This position implements the strategic goals, manages day-to-day business operations, and increases organizational capacity to serve more families. It also manages and supports construction, homeowner services, volunteer coordination, and the ReStore.

Smith-Ahrens most recently served as the CEO of the Greater Alexandria Area Association of Realtors, and previously worked in the banking industry.

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