Tammy Marine, Executive Director
With over 22 years experience in the non-profit sector, Tammy has served as Executive Director since February of 2005. She studied Business Administration at Colorado State University and completed the Non-Profit Leadership Program at Cal State San Marcos in 1997. She lives in Temecula with her husband of 26 years, Scott, and has a daughter, Lindsay. She is the current President of the Southern California Affiliates Association (SCAA) and serves on the Advocacy Committee for Habitat California. She also is board member for the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Elizabeth Hamerschlag, Resource Development Director
Elizabeth joined Habitat for Humanity in 2011 bringing over 12 years of non-profit experience, specializing in resource development strategy and implementation. Her past organizations include, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest County and Hillcrest Academy. Elizabeth holds Certifications in Non-Profit Event Planning from Cal State San Marcos and in Fundamentals of Fund Raising from La Sierra University.
Mary Stein, Programs/Accounting Manager
Liz Bibb, Special Projects Manager
In 2009, after serving on the board of directors for eight years, Liz moved into a staff position and managed the 19-home Neighborhood Stabilization Program. During her tenure as a board member, she served as President, Secretary, Public Relations Team Chair, Habitat Way Coordinator, and member of the ReStore startup team. Liz and her husband Bill have lived in Temecula for 16 years. They started as Habitat volunteers in 2000 and were inspired and touched after meeting and working alongside the 6th Street Habitat families. Habitat became Liz’s passion that first day – a passion that has continued on to today. In addition to her work with Habitat, Liz was active in the community as a Master Gardener, Master Composter, and as a helper in her grandchildren’s classrooms. Bill and Liz’s blended family consists of three children and six grandchildren. Prior to retiring in Temecula, Liz worked for over 30 years in various business administration positions, in both managerial and individual contributor roles.
Dawn Madera, HR/Accounting Specialist
As a Los Angeles area native, Dawn moved to Temecula in 1994. Since then she has worked over 23-years with non-profit organizations in the Temecula Valley. Her background includes accounting and business management. Dawn started work with Habitat Inland Valley in 2011 as a part time bookkeeper and has taken on more responsibilities as time has passed and now also handles most affairs in Human Resources. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family of four and has a deep love for all-things football.
kasey abrahamian, accounting clerk
Jake Anderson, Volunteer services
Drew Madera, Construction Crew Leader & High School Outreach
Dan Donaldson, Director of Restores
Dan started out as a Habitat Inland Valley Restore Volunteer in 2009. He was soon after employed to build and implement the online sales program at Habitat, which he did successfully for 6 years before being hired as Director of Restores. Dan has a BS degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a concentration in Landscape Design and had been self employed for 22 years before retiring in 2005. He has lived in Temecula since 1988 with his spouse Melissa and children, Kristin and Kyle. In his spare time, Dan enjoys spending time with his family and working on home improvement projects.
Mark Folsom, Temecula ReStore Manager
Mark has lived in the area for 46 years. He first became involved with Habitat as a volunteer at the Temecula Restore when it opened and was quickly hired as the manager of the Lake Elsinore Restore. His experience includes 10 years as a Satellite TV technician and managing other retail businesses. Outside of work Mark is an avid hiker and loves camping with his family. He also loves rock concerts and has been to about 200 shows!
Richard Razo, Assistant Temecula ReStore Manager
In January 2008, Richard started as a volunteer with Habitat Inland Valley. He helped to build the 5 homes near Old town Temecula on Habitat Way and to open the Temecula ReStore. Richard has his BA in Business Management from Cal Poly Pomona and a 34 year career with the State of California. After retiring, he looked for part time volunteer work which turned into full-time volunteer work and eventually became a staff member at the Restore. His favorite thing about the ReStore is working with the supportive staff, volunteers and customers. In his spare time he enjoys gardening, building bird houses and spending time with his grandson.
TishA Hubbard, ecommerce Manager
lana weber, lake elsinore restore manager