Michelle WoodsExecutive Director
Michelle became the Executive Director for Habitat St. Charles in October 2019, after serving for 8 years as the affiliates’ first Homeowner Support Manager. Michelle is passionate about homeownership, affordable housing, homelessness, family empowerment and the community of St. Charles County. As Director, Michelle is seeking partnerships to strengthen and grow the impact that is needed in our community and for our neighbors.
Michelle earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work at Missouri State University in Springfield and her Master’s Degree in Social Work at UMSL. She has worked with families for over 25 years in either case management, School Social Work, or in Divorce/Custody or Juvenile Offender Mediation.
Michelle was born and raised in St. Charles and lives in O’Fallon with her husband and two teenage sons. As a family they stay busy hiking, camping, watching/playing soccer, and taking trips to visit their family who live on a farm.
Tony BradburyDirector of Construction
With over 25 years of experience in the construction industry, Tony joined Habitat St. Charles as the Director of Construction, where he leads a host of construction activities at the Habitat affiliate build sites, including contracts, design, specifications, estimating, permitting, and scheduling. In addition, he works closely with workers in the skilled construction trades and supervises volunteers to ensure a high level of quality and safety.
Prior to joining Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County in 2014, he built homes with a developer and managed his own contracting and remodeling business. Tony’s favorite part about Habitat St. Charles is, “Being able to be part of something bigger than just building a home, it’s knowing that what we are doing is changing someone’s life, and just not now but for future generations!”
When not on the job site, Tony enjoys spending time with his wife, exploring the backroads on his motorcycle, volunteering with the Elk’s, and visiting their two kids at college.
Alex MoselyConstruction Site Supervisor
Alex joined the Habitat St. Charles team in 2021 with years of construction and project management experience under his toolbelt. As Construction Site Supervisor, Alex coordinates and oversees our construction program in a way that utilizes volunteer labor and materials effectively. He looks forward to, “Producing quality home products and making a positive impact on people’s lives around me.”
When he’s not on the job site swinging hammers and teaching volunteers, you can usually find him spending time with him family or coaching little league.
Sandy DavisDevelopment Coordinator
Shana EubanksHomeowner Support Manager
On a wing and a prayer, and after some challenging life events, Shana and her husband chose to leave the east coast and relocate to St. Charles County 8 years ago, not knowing a soul, and they’ve been blessed ever since.
With more than 20 years experience in the social service field, primarily in child abuse and homelessness, Shana has developed a passion for building strong communities. Her children sit next to kids in school who are not as fortunate as her family, and she wanted to be part of a solution that would positively affect those children; their families! A common thread among vulnerable families is the lack of affordable housing. That is what brought her to Habitat!
In Shana’s free time, it’s all about her family and making lasting relationships towards a strong foundation for their kids, beyond just the classroom. Competition Dance Team and Select Soccer keep them very busy, and they are active in their Parish as well. A Pennsylvania girl at heart, she will always love her Birds- the Philadelphia Eagles, but she’s proud to support her new hometown Birds- the Cardinals.
Madilynne FischerGrants and Development Services Coordinator
Meet Madilynne Fischer, our Grant and Development Services Coordinator who joined the Habitat family in February of 2022. She is currently a senior at Lindenwood University with an anticipated graduation this May. Her degree is in English Studies with a minor in Professional Communications. Maddie is responsible for managing our Grant funding program and our Development Services including our donor database and stewardship.
If you’re looking for a laugh, stop by her office as she loves to tell a good joke! She has picked up a few hobbies since the pandemic so when she’s not in class, you can catch her falling on her roller stakes, reading up on rock tumbling, or practicing yoga to obtain a certification. Her favorite thing about Habitat for Humanity is the ability to make everyone feel welcome. She takes pride in my ability to make connections and looks forward to the memories and relationships made through this empowering organization.
Sarah ZimmerleReStore Manager
Sarah’s versatile background in customer service, photography and real estate have helped craft her vision – one which will help the ReStore to reach even greater heights. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in Photography from the University of Missouri Saint Louis, Sarah pursued a life less ordinary. Her professional path has included becoming a retail and customer service leader and police dispatcher! She’s also an avid fan of crazy socks and cross-stitching. Tie all that together and there’s nothing that can surprise or stand in her way!
It’s no wonder that she adeptly balances her roles as mom, wife and leader of the ReStore. Come check out her work in action and see the ReStore’s impact in our community!
Jan CavenderOffice Manager
Jan spent 30 years in education as a middle school history teacher (go Fort Zumwalt North Middle!). After retiring in 2010, she began volunteering in the community and eventually began working several days a week at the Habitat office. She is excited to join the staff and help in Habitat’s mission to provide decent, affordable housing for families in St. Charles County.
When not at the Habitat office, you will find Jan following her beloved St. Louis Cardinals, making music, working with her church, and keeping up with the latest adventures of her nieces and nephews.
Mike has been volunteering with Habitat St. Charles for over 7 years. He helps us write our standard operating procedures, is a member of the site selection committee and more!