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Executive Director

Maggie Wimberly

Maggie grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was the third generation to attend South Side High School. She married a few years out of high school, and they had one daughter. When her daughter was old enough to start school, Maggie decided that she needed a college degree and enrolled at Manchester College as a non-traditional student. Sadly her marriage did not last, but she continued attending college as a single mother. She graduated in May 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance and Accounting with minors in Economics and Nonprofit Management.

Straight out of college, she became an accountant with a public accounting firm in Warsaw. After a year and a half, she left that job knowing that nonprofit work was in her heart. She joined the staff of Living Well in Wabash County CoA, Inc. as volunteer manager. In that capacity, she supervised approximately 100 volunteers completing 4,000 hours of service a year. She managed a volunteer run food pantry which distributed several hundred thousand pounds of food per year utilizing community and regional partnerships. Shortly after accepting the volunteer manager position, she was asked to move laterally to Accounting Manager. She continued to run the food distribution programs while assuming oversight of the accounting functions of Living Well, an organization with over $800,000 in annual revenues.

In 2011, she married Ware Wimberly and they had a daughter in 2013. Maggie left Living Well in Wabash County full time, but continued on as a consultant with her replacement.

Maggie is honored to join the team at Wabash County Habitat for Humanity. “I think it’s a wonderful organization to have in our county. It has worked tirelessly for 24 years to partner with low-income families who desire to become home owners, which can be a real struggle, and I believe that the Habitat for Humanity is one of the best frame works for a non-profit organization that I have seen.”

Contact Maggie by e-mail at Maggiew@wabashhabitat.org



Jeanettah Lyons

Jeanettah joined Wabash County Habitat for Humanity in January 2016.



Construction Project Leader

Gregg Marine

Gregg joined Wabash County Habitat for Humanity in March 2016

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