Tune into Episode 9 of The Habicast featuring Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International on 3/19
On Episode 9, Mike & Morgan are joined by special guest, Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International. We are so grateful to have Jonathon on The Habicast, and we can’t wait to share his journey to Habitat, and learn about impactful mission moments he has experienced in building homes, communities and hope around the world. Volunteers are the lifeblood of Habitat for Humanity, and Jonathan will also be sharing a special message for supporters of the Habitat mission.
Episode 9 will premiere on Facebook and YouTube at 9 AM on 3/19. You can also listen on Spotify and through our broadcast partner, Radiostpete.com.
About Jonathan Reckford
Jonathan T.M. Reckford is chief executive officer of Habitat for Humanity International, a global Christian housing organization that has helped more than 35 million people construct, rehabilitate or preserve their homes.
Since 2005, when he took the top leadership position, local Habitat organizations in all 50 states and in more than 70 countries have grown from serving 125,000 individuals each year to helping more than 5.9 million people last year build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter.
Jonathan graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill where he was a Morehead Scholar. He was also the recipient of a Henry Luce Scholarship, which enabled him to do marketing work for the Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee and coach the Korean rowing team in preparation for the 1988 Olympics.
He earned his Master of Business Administration degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business before spending much of his career in the for-profit sector, including executive and managerial positions at Goldman Sachs, Marriott, The Walt Disney Co., and Best Buy. While serving as executive pastor at Christ Presbyterian Church near Minneapolis, Minn., he was recruited for the CEO position at Habitat.
Jonathan is the chair of Leadership 18 and is a member of the Freddie Mac Housing Advisory Council. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Urban Steering Committee for the World Economic Forum.
Named the most influential nonprofit leader in America in 2017 by The NonProfit Times, Jonathan is the author of Our Better Angels: Seven Simple Virtues That Will Change Your Life and the World.
He and his wife, Ashley, have three children and live in Atlanta.
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