Daugs is new director of Habitat for Humanity

BREMERTON — Daryl Daugs is the new executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County.

He comes to the affiliate with more than 25 years of leadership experience from a broad range of non-profit, governmental and social service arenas.

“We have been searching for an individual with experience across multiple arenas to be the strategic and visionary leader for the organization and Daryl has that experience,” said Thomas Moore, president of the Board of Directors.

“In addition to his social service experience, he has a background in construction and led teams of volunteers from the Pacific Northwest to help rebuild homes in Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina.”

Daugs has a degree in organizational management with a focus on organizational dynamics. After 10 years in the business world, he moved into public service, holding leadership positions in several non-profit organizations focusing on families and children in need over the last 20 years. He most recently was Walla Walla County’s director of human services

Daugs and his wife, Leslie, live in Bremerton. They have three grown children, and two grandchildren. Leslie Daugs is a member of the Bremerton City Council.


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