Habitat Greater San Francisco Appoints Jennifer Wilds as Chief Financial Officer

SAN FRANCISCO – December 13, 2016 – Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco announced today that Jennifer Wilds has joined the organization as chief financial officer. After serving as the organization’s interim Chief Financial Officer for the last five months, Wilds brings more than 20 years of finance and operations experience and will be responsible for financial management and strategy at Habitat Greater San Francisco.

“Jen brings exceptional experience that will help propel our organization forward as we continue to grow, doubling our homebuilding efforts and increasing our Neighborhood Revitalization program tenfold by 2020,” said Maureen Sedonaen, chief executive officer of Habitat Greater San Francisco. “Jen is also sincerely passionate about Habitat’s mission as she previously served on Habitat Greater San Francisco’s board from 2007 to 2013, providing excellent fiduciary oversight.”

Prior to Habitat Greater San Francisco, Wilds served as vice president of finance at Hotel Tonight, leading finance, accounting and IT functions. Previously, Wilds served as the senior vice president of finance for CBS Interactive. In her role, Wilds led a team responsible for forecasting, budgeting, and pricing for more than 35 online brands. Before CBS Interactive, Wilds began her career as an analyst for Capital One Financial Corporation in their Marketing & Analysis and Operations groups.

“Habitat Greater San Francisco continues to tackle the housing affordability crisis with inventive solutions here in the Bay Area, and I am excited to join the organization during this pivotal time of growth,” said Jennifer Wilds. “I have been a longtime believer in Habitat’s mission to keep hard-working families in the communities they know and love through affordable homeownership.”

Wilds received an M.B.A. from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science from Harvard College.

For more information about Habitat Greater San Francisco, please visit www.habitatgsf.org.

About Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco builds homes and community in partnership with thousands of annual volunteers, hard-working families, donors, civic leaders and other engaged community members in Marin, San Francisco and on the Peninsula. This combined community effort helps us provide a critical path to financial security for families who live and work here and strengthen neighborhoods across the Bay Area. Learn more at www.habitatgsf.org

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