Laura Drew, Office Manager
Laura is a professional chef and worked as a head cook for many years. She keeps the Habitat office lively with her sense of humor and contagious laugh. Originally from Michigan, Laura and her husband, Jeff, relocated to Jackson 10 years ago. They have one daughter, Tea, who attends Jackson Hole Middle School. Laura loves good chocolate and pretty much every Apple brand product on the market. Contact: laura AT tetonhabitat.org.
Lauren grew up on the shores of the Great Lakes in Elk Rapids, Michigan. She studied Zoology at Michigan State University, during which time she traveled to Chile, Costa Rica, and Ecuador for additional studies in Spanish, sustainable development, and international social sciences. Lauren served as an AmeriCorps VISTA with Habitat in 2008 and 2009 and is now back as Habitat’s Program Manager… she just can’t get enough Habitat! You will likely see Lauren’s dog, Jaws, around the office, too. (Don’t let the name scare you!). Contact: lauren AT tetonhabitat.org
Veronica Mulhall, Marketing and Volunteer Manager
With a passion for the outdoors, nothing could keep Veronica from making Jackson her new home. Veronica has a Bachelors of Arts in Adventure Education from Prescott College and also studied Art and Sustainability. She brings a variety of experience with volunteer programs and public outreach. Contact: veronica AT tetonhabitat.org
Jake Bynum, ReStore Manager
Jake was born in St. Louis, Missouri and attended Monterey Peninsula College. Jake is married to Stacy Bynum and they have two sons, Shane and Bode. In his spare time, Jake enjoys skiing the back country and building pirate ships for his sons to play in. His favorite tool is the Wood-Mizer portable sawmill because it would allow him to build a house or shelter just about anywhere. Contact: jake AT tetonhabitat.org
Jason Sloan, ReStore Associate
Jason was born and raised in Jackson. He is an avid climber, and you will often see him out climbing in the valley or at the climbing gym. He also enjoys reading a good book and travelling to new places. If Jason were a tool, he would be a shovel.
Construction Site Staff
David Yogg, Site Supervisor
Dave is originally from Wellesley, Massachusetts. He attended college in Gambier, Ohio before moving back to the Boston area to learn the carpentry trade. In December 2008, Dave bought a Subaru and drove out to Jackson to see what life in the mountains had to offer. He found a use for his skills volunteering on Habitat build sites until the Habitat staff swooped him up to be a member of the ReStore team, and now the Construction team.
Mike Melf, Carpenter
Having been a long time volunteer for Habitat for Humanity in his hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Mike is really excited to be working for Habitat here in Jackson. It is a little like coming home for him, as Mike spent a summer here many years ago building a house and fell in love with the beauty of the Tetons and had always wanted to come back. In his free time, Mike is looking forward to some great hiking in the summer, and some great skating and hockey in the winter.
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