Frank became involved with Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton roads in 2013. He started as a volunteer and later became a full-time volunteer for nine months and during that time he assisted in building eight new homes and renovating four other homes.
In 2014, he was offered a position as a Senior Consultant for a small defense contractor where he specialized in logistics management and process improvement. Since he could no longer volunteer full-time on the Habitat job sites, he became a Board Member and was elected President of the Board in 2017.
In December 2017, Hruska retired for a second time and returned full time to his passion of volunteering at Habitat to help build affordable homes for low-income families. In March 2018, he resigned from the Board to become the Executive Director where he continues in that position today.
Director of Development & Communications
After serving for six years on the Habitat SHR Board of Directors (two as Board President), Dan joined the staff in November 2016 as the Director of Development and Communications.
Dan manages all corporate & individual donations, event sponsorships, and non-government grants. Prior to joining the staff at Habitat, Dan was President of Omega Systems, a personnel recruiting and consultation company.
He has a BS Engineering degree from the US Naval Academy and a Masters Communication Management degree from the US Naval Post Graduate School.
Mike oversees the Construction Department for HFHSHR from; Design of rehabs, cost estimates, permitting and scheduling through final completion and walk-thru with homeowners. “I really enjoy working 2-3 days a week with the Volunteer groups in the field. The Red Hat crew is awesome!”
Mike received his Journeyman’s license in 1988 and passed the Virginia Contractor’s board exams in 1995 while studying accounting and business at TCC.
Mike holds a class “A” license with CBC, RBC, HHY designations along with numerous trade certifications.
Home Repair Program Manager
When Rainham applied for the position of Construction Superintendent back in 2016, it was as if the job was written just for Rainham’s experience in the home renovation and property management business.
After 4 years in our construction department, Rainham moved into the admin side of HabitatSHR was later named the Home Repair Program Manager. Rainham loves being able to assist families make their homes warm, safe and dry.
Rainham has a BA in Art- Graphic Design from Old Dominion University and studied Architectural CAD/Drafting at TCC.
Maya started her non-profit career with Mon Valley Habitat for Humanity in West Virginia in 2018. She quickly developed a passion for working with the local community to meet the critical need for affordable housing. When she moved to the Hampton Roads area in early 2020, she was thrilled to continue her journey with Habitat SHR.
Maya works closely with the development and ReStore teams in their fundraising efforts including procurement and management of monetary and material donations. She also assists with administrative responsibilities and social media outreach.
Maya is originally from upstate New York and has a BA in Criminal Justice from the University at Albany.
Originally from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Marshall, was raised in a family of volunteers and was always encouraged to help others. His first Habitat for Humanity experiences were during three years as an AmeriCorps member. He fell in love with the mission and has continued to support it since.
Marshall served as a construction supervisor for his home town affiliate, before moving to Washington, D.C.’s Habitat for Humanity to lead the Home Repair Program. In 2020, Marshall relocated to Norfolk to pursue a degree Organizational Management. After a few months in the area, he reached out to South Hampton Roads Habitat for Humanity and came on board as an Asst. Construction Supervisor.
Marshall enjoys working with our talented group of “Red Hats”, as well as other volunteers building in the Hampton Roads area.
Alissa started her journey with Habitat for Humanity SHR as a volunteer in 2020. She then developed a love for the mission behind Habitat so she joined the ReStore staff and worked at both our Tidewater and Providence locations.
Alissa is now the Volunteer Coordinator for our organization and works closely to keep the people in our community engaged and involved in our mission.
Alissa is working towards her BA in Criminal justice from Old Dominion University.