Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity recently named Jeff Strom to its board of trustees.
The nonprofit organization said that the appointment of Strom, who is the executive vice president of Boise Cascade’s building materials distribution division, reflects his “deep commitment to community development and his extensive experience in the building materials industry.”
Strom has more than 30 years of experience in the building materials industry, having joined Boise Cascade, a manufacturer and distributor of building materials, in 2006.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Habitat for Humanity stated that Boise Cascade’s purpose is to connect companies and people together to build strong communities, adding that Strom’s “passion for this purpose extends beyond his professional life and into the local community. His appointment … signifies a pivotal moment in his dedication to community building and sustainable housing solutions.”
Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization comprised of nearly all volunteers seeking to build affordable homes in partnership with people in need and a goal to eliminate poverty housing.
“I am truly honored and excited to join the Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity board,” Strom said in a statement. “Their mission to provide affordable housing to those in need aligns perfectly with my personal and professional values. I believe that by working together, we can make a significant impact on the lives of families in our community, ensuring they have safe and stable homes.”