Hannah Muller has been named director of Community Engagement and Faith Relations of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga. Ms. Muller most recently served as Volunteer Engagement manager.
Ms. Muller has a long history with the organization, serving as one of the leaders on the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project when she was employed at Habitat’s Nashville affiliate. In her role in Chattanooga, Ms. Muller achieved a high level of success in the coordination of volunteer efforts on various Habitat projects.
As she begins her new role, Ms. Muller’s position will allow her to interact with community organizations as well as with the faith-based community, both key to Habitat’s overall strategy. Habitat President and CEO Jens Christensen noted Ms. Muller’s loyalty and commitment to Habitat as two of the attributes that made her the perfect fit for the position.
“Hannah began her career in the hospitality industry where customer service is critical to success,” said Mr. Christensen. “She brought those experiences with her to Habitat in Nashville and now to Chattanooga. Her desire to make a difference in the lives of others is inspiring to everyone on the team and we’re excited to have her in this new position.”
Ms. Muller is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University and served in various positions in the hospitality industry before making a career move to the non-profit world. She said, “There’s a passion for Habitat throughout the community. From volunteers to funders to home owners, the Habitat team knows that support is earned by experiences with the organization. I’m excited to lead efforts in this area that will grow support and engage even more people in the important mission of Habitat.”
To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Habitat, visit: www.HabiChatt.org