(MADISON, Wis.) – Habitat for Humanity of Dane County is delighted to announce that Middleton, Wis. native, Beth Larson, has joined its team as vice president of development. Her role will further strengthen the strong community ties Habitat for Humanity has in Dane County and embody the organization’s mission of bringing people together through affordable and long-lasting housing solutions.
Larson comes to Habitat with more than a decade of experience building and growing community connections at the University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestras, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, and Overture Center for the Arts. Larson holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and an MBA from the Wisconsin School of Business.
Serving on Habitat’s leadership team, Larson will use her time, talent and unique expertise to partner with individuals and organizations throughout Dane County and connect their philanthropic goals with Habitat’s mission and long history of helping families achieve strength, stability and self-reliance. Additionally, she’ll be directly involved in scaling up Habitat’s homebuilding, home repair, and financial capability training programs.
“We are extremely excited to welcome Beth to the Habitat family,” Habitat CEO Valerie Renk said, “Beth is truly committed to helping Dane County families gain access to affordable housing and is enthusiastic about creating a meaningful impact throughout the community.”
Organizations or individuals interested in learning more about how they can be involved in Habitat’s mission can contact Beth at [email protected] or 608.255.1549, ext. 121.