Habitat for Humanity Welcomes New Board Member

Posted on 7-18-2019

Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is excited to welcome Derius “D.J.” Daniels to their board as they begin their 2019-20 fiscal year.

Daniels lives in Green Bay and currently leads Talent Acquisition for Schreiber Foods, Inc. He began his careers in human resources in 2004 and has experience working in corporate and agency environments, as well as plant manufacturing.

Before working for Schreiber, Daniels lived in Atlanta and worked for Coca-Cola and Air-Tran Airways, respectively. While at Coca-Cola, he worked on the launch of the University Talent Pipeline (UTP). One of his primary initiatives was the recruitment of students from HBCUs and other colleges and universities throughout the east coast. 

For the past six years, Daniels lived and worked in southern California for Schreiber at one of its yogurt facilities. While in California, he supported many community programs and initiatives: Orange County Food Bank, Second Harvest Food Bank, Santa Ana School District Student Culinary program, and NTLCSC. 

Daniels has worked on many of their diversity and inclusion programs in his time with Schreiber, and in 2012, they earned the Wisconsin SHRM Workplace Diversity & Inclusion Award.​ He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama, and Masters’ degrees in both Human Resources Management and Healthcare Management from Troy University in Alabama.

Derius “D. J.” Daniels

For more information about Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity, please refer to the links below.

Habitat for Humanity

Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity builds new construction homes in the Green Bay area and sells them to qualified families at no profit. The Habitat program provides benefits to our partner families and the Green Bay community. Families benefit from decent, affordable housing while the community benefits from the redevelopment of neighborhoods and an increase in tax revenue. The Habitat program does not give houses away. Families must spend “sweat equity” hours helping to build their home, pay a $900 down payment and make monthly mortgage payments. Homes are made affordable due to the volunteer labor used to build the home and the 0% interest mortgage provided by Habitat. To see what we’re working on now, check out our Current Builds page!

Habitat homes are build according to these three standard principles:

  1. Simple:
    Habitat houses are modestly-sized. They are large enough for the homeowner family’s needs, but small enough to keep construction and maintenance costs to a minimum.
  2. Decent:
    Habitat for Humanity uses quality, locally-available building materials. Habitat house designs reflect the local climate and culture.
  3. Affordable:
    The labor of volunteers and partner families, efficient building methods, modest house sizes and no-profit loans make it affordable for low-income families to purchase Habitat houses.

The first step in becoming a Habitat homeowner is to attend an informational Application Meeting. At the informational session, you will find out about our program, see what a typical Habitat home looks like, and learn how to accurately complete your application. Applicants and co-applicants must attend a meeting to receive an application; you will have 30 days from that date to turn in your completed application and required documents.  This meeting will take approximately 1 hour.  The application process takes approximately 60-90 days from the date Habitat receives your completed application. If you have additional questions or would like more information, please contact [email protected].