For any nonprofit organization, board members should meet basic legal obligations including Duty of Care, Duty of Loyalty and Duty of Obedience, but great board members do even more, offering servant leadership to their organization and community. Habitat Texas is blessed with such leaders from Habitat affiliates and at-large members (with a majority coming from affiliates).
Habitat Texas Board of Directors 2016-2017
Chas has a BBA in Management from West Texas A&M University. She has served on many non-profit boards including the Hope & Healing Place, the Ronald McDonald House, the Don Harrington Discovery Center, and as President of the Junior League of Amarillo. She was a charter member of the City of Amarillo’s Amarillo Zoological Society. Born and raised in Amarillo, a majority of her and her husband’s time is spent enjoying their 3 children’s many activities.
She served as a board member and/or treasurer of Habitat for Humanity-San Marcos for over a decade. To date, she has consulted with partners, organized and installed landscaping at over a dozen new Habitat homes in San Marcos, TX.
In Phase Two of Jack’s career, he currently serves as CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Smith County. Jack enjoys scuba diving, flying seaplanes and playing golf.
Born and raised in Austin, Mr. Floyd is a sixth-generation Texan. He is an active member of his church and a regular participant in local and international mission work. As a native Austinite, he enjoys just about any outdoor activity, music, kids, and dogs.
Doug has served on three national boards, including three years as Vice Chairman of the board of managers for the State Regulatory Registry (SRR), ten years (four of which as Chairman) on the board of the American Council of State Savings Supervisors (ACSSS), and four years as Vice Chairman of the State Liaison Committee (SLC) of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). Doug has served on six separate civic and community boards in his hometown of Lockhart. He graduate from the University of Texas at Austin and has spent two summers in Israel doing biblical archaeology.
He serves on the board of the Abilene Civic Center and is a member of the Abilene School District’s Consultation Committee. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Abilene, serving as club president in 1999 and as Division 35 Lieutenant Governor in 2011, and was Kiwanian of the Year in 2011. He earned a Master’s degree in the field of communications from Texas A&M University/Kingsville and is a member of the Big Country Homebuilders Association and the Abilene Chamber of Commerce.