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Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is excited to welcome Derius “DJ” Daniels to their board as they start of their 19-20 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.
Daniels has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama and masters’ degrees in both human resources management and healthcare management, both from Troy University in Alabama.
The Green Bay ReStore is looking for DIY enthusiasts and creative community members to channel their imagination for RePurpose for a Reason.
RePurpose for a Reason is a Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity fundraiser on Thursday, November 14 at Badger State Brewing. The event is open to the public and features raffle items and live music. Money raised goes back to Habitat to build homes, communities, and hope in Brown County.
The highlight of the event is the silent auction, which consists of repurposed, refurbished, or art-based items that have been created by DIY-ers and creative community members. Many of the items feature treasures that were originally found at the Green Bay ReStore.
Interested in channeling your imagination? There are two ways to contribute an item:
Finished items must have a minimum value of $40 and can be dropped at the NEW ReStore (1967 Allouez Avenue) between October 21 and November 1.
For more information about Repurpose for a Reason, please visit www.repurposeforareason.org or contact Maureen Meinhardt at email@example.com.
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