Mary has been with Habitat since 2012. She worked in the regional office of Habitat for Humanity International for 3 years, where she really caught the Habitat bug.
Mary is the proud mom of Jaliyah and Joe and is an active member at Logan Memorial United Methodist Church.
304-422-7907 extension 305Email Mary
Homeowner Services Coordinator
Stacy has been the Homeowner Services Coordinator since 2006. She also served with Habitat in 2000 as an AmeriCorps*VISTA member.
Stacy has been married to Blaine Workman for 22 years and they have three children: Megan, Matthew, and Abigail. She is a member of Grace Baptist Church.
304-422-7907 extension 302Email Stacy
Director of Resource Development
Robin started as our Director of Resource Development in July of 2017. After a 16 year career in higher education, Robin is excited to bring her fundraising and community economic development experience to Habitat.
She is the proud momma of Maya and spends many nights and weekends cheering her on at the soccer field.
304-422-7907 extension 304Email Robin
Ed started in late October of 2015. He has 10 years’ experience with the City of Parkersburg in Code Enforcement and as Special Projects Coordinator. He’s also a licensed contractor.
He is married to Sandy and has a daughter and son-in-law Melissa and Casey Biddle. He’s the proud grandpa of three!
Resource Development Associate
Ammie started as our ReStore Manager in September of 2017, after a successful 25 year career in traditional retail. She moved to our Resource Development Department in December, 2019. Her customer service skills and love of building relationships, along with her love for Habitat for Humanity, are huge assets in her new role.
Ammie is actively involved in her church in both the vocal and bell choirs.
304-422-7907 extension 313Email Ammie
Executive Director, NMLS #1586440
Alvin Phillips has lived in Wood County since graduating from college. He has worked as a teacher and a healthcare computer analyst, but now is working in his dream job. After being a Habitat volunteer for several years, he became Wood County Habitat for Humanity’s first executive director from 1995 – 1999, then worked in the regional office of Habitat for Humanity International until 2006. He returned to the local affiliate at that time, and hopes to stay until retirement!
He has been married to Jean for over 40 years and has two sons, Aaron and Adam, and also has three grandchildren, Baxter, Caroline and Ezra. In Alvin’s spare time, he enjoys playing handbells with the Mid-Ohio Valley Ringers.
304-422-7907 extension 301Email Alvin