Traci Birdsell has worked at Lewis-Clark State College for over twenty years in service to students. As the Senior Director for Educational Opportunity Grant Programs, she oversees three U.S. Department of Education grants, which serve over 780 secondary and post-secondary school students, annually.
Traci strives to use her greatest strengths in the service of others to see their strengths. Serving on the L-C Valley Habitat for Humanity board of directors will allow Traci to use her community-building skills to develop and support lasting relationships among Habitat’s homeowners.
Dottie Harmon started working in the administrative office last fall though Rural Resources, a Washington state agency that helps residents of Northeastern Washington help themselves and each other through education, resources and support.
Dottie works as a nursing assistant at Disability Action Center and still volunteers in the Habitat administrative office. Dottie is also busy schooling her son Aiden, who is in third grade. What Dottie’s enjoys most about volunteering at Habitat is finding ways to help people in need. We have missed Dottie’s smile and big heart in the office and appreciate her willingness to help out with remote projects until her return to the administrative office post COVID-19!
Laura is an international student from Madrid, Spain. She came to the LC Valley to play for the Lewis-Clark State College Women’s Tennis Team, and complete a bachelors in Communication Arts.
“I am happy to be able to volunteer at L-C Habitat for Humanity, because I really enjoy helping people accomplish their goals, and love to be part of a team with such a positive purpose.”