2017 Board of Directors
Zach Wooldridge is a founding partner at Elm Creek Partners, a Dallas-based private equity firm. Prior to that he spent four years with Red River Ventures executing a similar investment strategy. Current investments include MHM Urgent Care, FreeFlight Systems, and TGE Industrial Services. In addition to holding board positions related to the management of Elm Creek Partners and Red River Ventures, Zach previously served as a founding director of Professional Bank, which was sold in 2009. He currently serves as a director of the Episcopal School of Dallas and Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. He actively supports the Church of the Incarnation and Community Partners of Dallas. Zach is married with three children and earned an MBA from SMU and a degree in accounting from Washington & Lee University.
Anne C. Haskel, Principal of Haskel Consulting, LLC, has more than twenty-five years’ experience working with museums, non-profit organizations, corporations and individuals dedicated to serving their communities and stakeholders in significant ways.
Ms. Haskel’s expertise is the result of her work with: the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (NYC); The Field Museum (Chicago); the Perot Museum of Nature & Science (Dallas); Bankers Trust Company (NYC); and Planned Parenthood Federation of America (NYC), among others. Ms. Haskel has planned, designed and implemented fundraising and communications programs including marketing sponsorships, capital campaigns, corporate and individual membership programs, community education programs and special events. Ms. Haskel also serves on the Stewardship Board of the Trinity River Audubon Center and on the Executive Women of Dallas Board of Directors as Past President.
Scott Wallace has worked with Wells Fargo (and predecessor institutions; First Interstate Bank and Allied Bank) since 1985, and has been Area President – Greater Dallas since 2009. Wallace is responsible for leading 1,100 team members at 105 bank branches with 8 districts and over $6 billion in deposits and loans. His span of control includes all consumer and small business relationships in the branch banking network as well as partnering with other business lines in the company to serve all Wells Fargo customers’ financial needs to help them succeed financially.
Scott Wallace completed the Wells Fargo proprietary Leadership Mastery Program, and graduated with his Banking Certification from the American Institute of Banking – American Bankers Association. Wallace received his Associate’s degree from Kilgore College in 1983.
Wallace has been involved in the community as a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, United Way, American Heart Association, March of Dimes, local colleges for financial literacy education and is a Charter Member of Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco.
Chief Executive Officer
Bill Hall, Chief Executive Officer at Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, is responsible for the executive leadership of the organization and oversees the efficient, effective function of all divisions of the organization. Mr. Hall’s vision for Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity is to work with community partners, City leaders, and neighborhood stakeholders to create opportunities bigger than collecting bricks and mortar–opportunities that transform neighborhoods and bridge the gap between southern Dallas and northern Dallas.
Mr. Hall’s passion for Habitat came from his initial days of being a volunteer before he joined the staff in 2004. Seeing the change in neighborhoods and lives through the rare ownership opportunity that Habitat for Humanity’s program offers is something that continues his passion to make Dallas a better place to live for all. Mr. Hall holds a Bachelor’s degree in building construction from the University of Florida. Prior to Habitat, he built industrial food processing facilities for APV Crepaco and worked in finance at American Airlines after obtaining his MBA from the University of North Carolina.
After a successful career in brand marketing at Frito-Lay, Stacey Paddock Malcolmson decided to apply her energy, creativity, and passion for helping others to the nonprofit community. She launched her nonprofit career by connecting SMU alumni to each other and their alma mater. She built upon that relationship model while at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. Most recently, she was Managing Director, Fundraising for the consulting firm, Clarkson Davis. Her consulting experience at Clarkson Davis enabled North Texas nonprofits to achieve their capital campaign and overall development department goals.
Stacey earned a BA from The University of Texas at Austin and a MBA from Harvard Business School. She serves on the Harvard Business School Alumni Board, the Texas Exes 1883 Council and the Finance Committee at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. Her love of running and travel inspired her to complete a marathon in every continent, and she and her husband, Ken, enjoy taking advantage of all Dallas has to offer.
Vice President of Neighborhood Investment
Cyndy Lutz is the Vice President of Neighborhood Investment for Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. Cyndy has been a Habitat volunteer since 1989 and formally joined the staff in 2010 after serving as a contractor for several years. She was senior siding crew chief for thirteen years, on the Board of Directors from 1994 to 1997, and served a term on the initial Neighborhood Alliance for Habitat Board through 2004. She has received Habitat’s Construction Volunteer Award, Master Builder Award, Veteran Builder designation, and Mary Brock Award. She has been a Habitat International volunteer and served on several HFHI committees. In 2008, she was The Real Estate Council’s (TREC) Unsung Hero.
Cyndy received a BS in journalism from the University of Texas, Austin and holds a Master of Liberal Arts from Southern Methodist University.
Vice President of ReStores
Cory Hohweiler has been a key member of the Dallas Habitat team for the last 8 years. He originally started in the construction side of the organization before joining the ReStore team. Since joining the ReStore team, he has been a part of increasing the number of stores from 2 to 4 and the gross sales from 2 million in 2011 to over 4 million in 2015-16.
Before joining Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Cory held the position of Purchasing Manager at a “Top 100” U.S. home builder where he developed several successful cost-cutting initiatives as well as helped develop new lines of product. He also began volunteering on Habitat projects and was very excited when the opportunity arose to join Habitat as a full time employee.
A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Cory now resides in Denton, Texas with his wife and three kids.
Vice President of Homeowner Services
Latosha Herron-Bruff is passionate about helping families realize the dream of homeownership. For the past 15 years she has worked in southern Dallas County as a real estate professional. She currently serves as the Vice President of Homeowner Services at Dallas Habitat. Under her leadership, the organization achieved record home sales from 2010-2013. Today, the program has expanded its services to become a comprehensive homeownership center, and HUD counseling agency. Previously, Latosha worked as the sales and marketing manager for top producing CENTURY 21-Galloway-Herron Realtors. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of North Texas, Denton. She lives in Desoto with her husband and two children. Latosha is also a Member of the DISD District 5 Leadership Council, Dallas Association of Real Estate Brokers and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Senior Director of People Development