Our Staff

Keith Meier, Executive Director

In July 2019, Habitat of Teller County hired a new Executive Director, Keith Meier. Keith is a registered architect with over 35 years of experience and a licensed General Contractor for over 25 years. During that time, Keith has designed, constructed and completed hundreds of projects ranging from national headquarters, banks, libraries, custom homes and many other projects, as well as involved in the development of properties and projects. This vast array of experience brings Habitat the ability to plan for substantial growth in the future. ExecDir@tellerhabitat.org

 

 

Susan Cummings, Homebuyer/Homeowner Services Coordinator

Susan Cummings, has lived in Woodland Park for 18 years. She has one son, one daughter, two step-daughters and 10 grandchildren. When not busy with family activities and functions, she enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, mushroom hunting and flower gardening. When the snow falls you will find her out snowshoeing or sitting by the fire, reading and also doing some creative cooking. Susan has a home-based bookkeeping business, Aspen Office Works, providing services to local small business owners and entrepreneurs. She also has many years of experience with nonprofits handling their daily financials. She was a mentor with Choices and loves her work within the Habitat for Humanity of Teller County affiliate. hbhoservices@tellerhabitat.org

Karen Fay, Finance Coordinator

Karen has lived in Woodland Park for over 30 years. She is a lover of travel, meeting new people and experiencing new places. She is enjoys activities such as hiking, snowshoeing and exploring the great outdoors. She works part time in the Teller Habitat office taking care of the general accounting needs of the organization which includes, bookkeeping, processing financial reports, donor funds management, mortgagee funds management, and providing some miscellaneous assistance to Habitat Executive Director, Keith Meier. After volunteering with Teller Habitat for more that 2 years, she is happy to be a permanent part of the team. accounting@tellerhabitat.org

Judy Gaffney, Resource Development Coordinator

Judy moved to Colorado over ten years ago. She loves the mountains: including hiking, motorcycle riding with her husband and walking the dogs. Retired now from 14ers, with 10 of them to her credit!

She has been involved with fundraising since the passing of her father in 1998; taking over where he left off, trying to make a difference. Event planning, helping others and becoming a part of her community has been her passion. Volunteering for Habitat events started in 2016, but she joined our team October of 2018 as Resource Development Coordinator. With Marketing, Visual Design, Purchasing and Inventory Control all in her background, she’s sure to make any event top notch. dev@tellerhabitat.org