Scott Rohrer

President & CEO

Scott has a dozen frequent flyer cards. He has managed many types of organizations in many countries and in many industries. He’s also started two non-profit organizations and traveled the world as a Missions Pastor. Scott chose to join Habitat for Humanity in 2015 because of its mission. He says, “I’ve made widgets for a living and I’ve helped people for a living. Helping people is a lot more rewarding, and that’s what Habitat is all about.”

juline bodnar

Chief Financial Officer

Juline has never met an animal she’d not adopt in a heart-beat (well, except snakes, of which she is deathly afraid…). When Juline is not working on numbers or listening to people, she enjoys spending time with her family playing board games, reading, hiking, and playing with her pets, which currently include a German Shepherd, four chickens, and several Koi fish. She’d love a pygmy goat but her husband has said “Enough!” (for now…). Juline works to make the numbers make sense at Habitat. Whether it is a complicated mortgage, a fiscal budget, or next quarter’s cash flow, she’ll likely be in the midst of it!

Sophie Paez

VP of Retail Operations

Despite a completely irrelevant education and work history (photography! natural science!), Sophie has found a pretty incredible fit at Habitat. After a week spent in the thick of humanity, she enjoys running off into the forest alone. Promoting reuse for the benefit of the community and its members has become a true passion, and she’s thankful to come to work everyday alongside others who enjoy what they do.

deedee johnson

VP of Homeowner Services

DeeDee was voted dancer of the year in high school and loves to make up fitness routines when she can’t sleep. She enjoys riding her vintage 1970’s Schwinn Cruiser (and singing the Pee Wee Herman theme song at the same time). DeeDee assists with homeowner selection and education and creating programs that help people be the best version of themselves.

Scott Nordquist

Homeowner Services Manager

It took years of living in different states and countries, but Scott finally found his way back to his roots in the Pacific Northwest. He is happy to have found a home at Habitat and enjoys working with families to make homeownership a reality. On the weekends you can find him running, hiking and biking around Central Oregon with his wife, kids and dogs.

Darrion Cotroneo

Director of Development

Darrion has lived in a few different countries doing human rights work, and she speaks Arabic and Mandarin. When she’s not working, you’ll find her backpacking, running, reading, or learning another language! Darrion champions donor relations, community building, and all things fundraising.

mellissa kamanya

Director of Grants Management

Mellissa casually uses slang from the 90’s in her everyday speech. It’s kinda her jam. She is able to make up song parodies on the spot, with a specialty in parenting tracks. Mellissa fundraises and builds community relationships with depth and roots.

Grace Weger

Director of Land Acquisition and Development

When Grace isn’t on-site she is probably ripping her dirt bike or shooting her bow (she still hasn’t mastered doing both at the same time) She is passionate about sustainability and proud to be a part of building environmentally progressive affordable housing!

Scott Brown

Construction Manager

Scott has been with Habitat for Humanity for over ten years in a variety of positions and capacities. He is an avid outdoors enthusiast who can be found most weekends on the mountains, lakes and streams of Central Oregon. Loves to help people realize the joy of home ownership!

Susan Makris

Construction Volunteer Coordinator

Susan loves to see the world, from her hometown in the Redwood Forest to the Base Camp of Mt. Everest. When she’s not traveling she enjoys yoga, skiing and generally being in the outdoors. She’s also known for her vegetable puns and retro dance moves. Mostly, Susan loves bringing people together to help build affordable housing.

Sharon Burk

Accounting & HR Manager

Sharon went to both Bend High and Mountain View High,  from the class known as the “Lava Cats”.   She is delighted to be back in Central Oregon, and spends her free time hiking, biking, and skiing- both downhill and Nordic – with her husband Jay.  Sharon feels very fortunate to work for such an amazing organization,  and is happy to use her accounting experience to help keep the numbers running smoothly.

Ånna Rohrer

Office Manager

Ånna loves helping create lasting positive impacts in our community. She is passionate for helping the world and believes that the more communities we can reach, the better!  When she is not in the office, you can find Ånna training for endurance mountain races, spending time with friends and family, and seeking adventure and challenge around the planet in every way, shape, and form possible.

Board of directors


  • Eleanor Bessonette -President
  • Jeremy Green -Vice President
  • Joyce Cranston -Secretary
  • Tim Hix -Treasurer


  • Jeff Belzer
  • B.K. Crider
  • Jose Graterol
  • Todd Hakala
  • Andrew Hoeksmea
  • Steve McDonald
  • Beverly Pahlisch


  • Richard Berg