Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Boone County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
our vision and values
Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. We work towards this vision, being Christ’s Hands and Feet, by building and improving homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of decent and affordable homes. We have chosen to create opportunities for people to have sustainable housing by partnering with volunteers, donors, and corporations to break the cycle of poverty.
Since 1984, Habitat for Humanity of Boone County has been offering a hand up not a hand out enabling our partner families to achieve pride in home ownership working side by side with volunteers to build houses. We have built 70 homes helped over 200 hard working adults and children with their dream of housing stability.
board of directors
Habitat for Humanity of Boone County is led by a volunteer Board of Directors that makes strategic and
long-term decisions for our affiliate in order to realize our vision of a Boone County without substandard housing.
Our Executive Director, Liz Qua, worked with the Habitat for Humanity Boone County Family Services team before accepting the Executive Director position. read more
Jim LaFayette is the Vice-President for the Board of Directors. Jim is a midwest native; born and raised in Illinois, college and early career in Iowa, read more
Dan Puck and his wife Jody are both Iowa natives and met while attending Iowa State University. After graduating and getting married they spent time living read more
Bob Clark is an environmental and trial lawyer with over 40 years of experience. He has been named an Indiana Super Lawyer and read more
Glen Jourdan is a graduate of the University of Evansville and worked as an agricultural research chemist for Eli Lilly and Co. and then a laboratory manager read more
Kate McGormley is the President for the Board of Directors. Kate grew up in Carleton, Michigan and received a B.A. in English from the College read more
Scott Rozzi, is the Secretary - bio coming soon
John Burkhardt is the chair of our Family Selection Committee and has been a loyal volunteer with Boone County Habitat for Humanity since 2009. read more
Brian Douglas became a Hoosier after graduating from Butler University in 1980. He was a staff anesthesiologist at St. Vincent Hospital from 1988 - 2019. read more
Steve Nobis connected with the Boone County Habitat chapter shortly after moving to Carmel, Indiana in the late 90’s. Steve was born and raised in the read more
Jamison Rozzi grew up in Logansport Indiana and now lives in Zionsville, with her husband Scott and three children. She graduated from Indiana University read more
In addition to our Board of Directors, our Family Services Committee also plays an important role. The Family Services Committee is comprised of the Family Selection Committee and the Family Nurturing Committee. The Family Selection Committee is responsible for new applicant orientation meetings, reviewing applications, and selected a family to be presented to the Board of Directors for final approval for partnership. The Family Nurturing Committee is responsible for helping partner families through the home ownership process, addressing any questions, and making sure these families meet all partnership requirements, including sweat equity hours.