For Immediate Release April 21, 2021
Media Contact: Sharon Tillman, Habitat for Humanity Marketing and Communications Chair
Westminster, MD — The board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County today announced a transition of leadership for the organization. Bryan Lyburn, executive director for the affiliate, has resigned his position as of April 20, 2021, to pursue other opportunities.
“On behalf of the board of directors and the entire organization, I thank Bryan for his dedication to build strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing in Carroll County. His enthusiasm and dedication to the Habitat for Humanity mission are unmatched, and we wish him all the best on his next chapter,” said Angela Currie, president of the Carroll County Habitat for Humanity board of directors.
Staff members Scott Swartz, ReStore manager, and Stephanie Averett, Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County development director, are interim co-executive directors, pending a search for a new executive director.
About Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County
Habitat for Humanity has a strong history in Carroll County, MD. Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County is the only nonprofit focused on the creation and preservation of affordable homes in Carroll County. Since 2002, we have built and/or rehabilitated 10 homes. In that time, more than 60 individuals have been served by nearly 14,500 volunteer hours. And, more than $1.4 million has been invested in the community. Learn more about Habitat for Humanity of Carroll County at cchabitat.org.
About Habitat for Humanity Restores
Habitat for Humanity ReStores are nonprofit home improvement stores and donation centers that sell building materials, appliances, new and gently used furniture, and home accessories at a fraction of the retail price. In fiscal year 2020 alone, Habitat ReStores raised more than $76 million to help support
Habitat’s mission while also diverting reusable material from landfills. With more than 1,000 stores in seven countries, Habitat ReStores use their proceeds to help build or improve homes locally and around the world. To shop, donate or volunteer, visit cchabitat.org/restore.