Huntington-based Habitat for Humanity has promoted Nikki Hagerman to the position of family services coordinator.
An Ironton, Ohio, resident, Hagerman is responsible for overseeing all family services including recruiting potential partner families in Cabell County and Lawrence County, Ohio, family selection, homebuyer counseling and mortgage servicing.
Hagerman holds a bachelor's degree in organizational communication from Ohio University. She has been with the Huntington Habitat for Humanity affiliate for more than four years as the administrative assistant/volunteer coordinator.
Leigh Anne Booth Sovine has joined Habitat for Humanity as accountant.
A Huntington resident, Booth Sovine is responsible for overseeing all accounting responsibilities for the affiliate.
Booth Sovine holds a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting from Marshall University.
Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical, Christian ministry with a mission to partner with qualified families in need and provide them the opportunity for safe, decent and affordable housing.