(KINGSTON)— Wyoming Valley Habitat for Humanity recently welcomed four new members to the board of directors. Eric Woelful, Thomas Wysokinski, Kristin Fino, and Mike Kordeck will volunteer their time and professional expertise to further the mission of Habitat.
Eric Woelful is a graduate of Penn State University and owner of Woelfel Consulting LLC, a construction management and inspection firm. He has been a regular volunteer with WVHFH since 2002 and joined Habitat’s board as a further extension of his involvement with the organization.
Thomas Wysokinski is a project manager at All Service Rite, Inc., a mechanical contracting service business serving customers in Wyoming Valley. He holds a professional certification from the Building Performance Institute (BPI) as a building analyst professional, is a Level I thermographer, and has an LEED AP/ Building Design and Construction certification.
Kristin Fino earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting from King’s College and a master’s degree in human resource management from The University of Scranton. She is currently the Associate Vice President for Human Resources at King’s College. Prior to joining King’s, Fino served in various leadership positions in the human resources departments at NatWest Bank, Commonwealth Telephone Enterprises, and Cigna.
Mike Kordek is a graduate of Merrimack College, University of Connecticut Medical School, and recently earned his master’s degree in Biomedical Informatics. He worked as a physician with Geisinger for many years and recently retired from the Veterans Administration Health system. Kordek has worked on WVHFH home building projects since 2000.