Matt Bauman

Board President

I was raised to lead by example and to live a fulfilling life. The satisfaction that comes with helping those in need is second only to the joy of being able to help them achieve their dreams. After learning of the many great things Habitat is doing right here in the community I live in, I knew that I had to be part of it. Working with an organization that makes it possible for struggling families to achieve the dream of home ownership is the ultimate fulfillment and being surrounded by people so willing to give brings out the best in all of us. I am glad to be here.

Susan Watkins

Board Secretary

A friend of mine asked me to join the advisory committee some years ago, and after volunteering at a job site I was so impressed with the organization, enthusiasm and good work being done in the community that I ended up joining the Board and the PR Committee. Every year at work I put together a team to help with a project, and most of my co-workers get the Habitat ‘bug.’ It’s infectious.

Arthur White

Board Vice President

Arthur D. White currently works for Frailey Insurance and Financial Services in Stroudsburg, PA. Art is a commercial sales representative focusing on small to mid-size business insurance needs. He has more than 25 years of extensive property & casualty insurance experience and has successfully launched niche insurance programs nationwide. Art is a graduate of Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance. Living in Blairstown, New Jersey, he enjoys golfing and volunteers for the Blairstown Dog Park and Habitat for Humanity of Monroe County.

Brick Quinn

Board Member

Elizabeth Darby

Board Member

Hours of Operation

9:00am – 5:00pm
By Appointment


Address: 354 Memorial Blvd.
Tobyhanna, PA 18466




Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.


What People are Saying

“A place to live & grow”

"Everyone—all of us, every last person on God’s earth—deserves decent shelter. It speaks to the most basic of human needs—our home—the soil from which all of us, every last person, either blossom or wither. We each have need of food, clothing, education, medical care, and companionship; but first, we must have a place to live and grow. "

Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity International

“What the poor need”

"What the poor need is not charity, but capital, not caseworkers but coworkers.  "

Clarence Jordan

“A hand up”

"We help people not by giving them a hand out, but by giving them a hand up.  "

Kelly Kemmerer, Executive Director

“A home means many things”

"A home means many things to many people. It's a place where you feel nourishment. It gives a person a place to grow roots and to feel safe. "

Bill Snell, Site Supervisor

“There's not enough good in the world”

"There's not enough good in the world, so the more you can put into it, the better the future is going to be. "

Steve Bogan, Volunteer