CEO Build

Top executives from the Triangle partner annually with Habitat for Humanity to help make the dream of home ownership a reality for deserving families in Durham, Orange, and Wake counties.  In addition to providing a unique networking opportunity for area CEOs, this project provides high corporate visibility and concrete opportunities for employee engagement. 

Become a partner

The 2016 Triangle-wide CEO Build is fast approaching! This is our sixth year bringing Triangle CEOs and leading executives together to build homes and hope in our community. Join Habitat as we help make the dream of home ownership a reality for three local families.

Our exclusive CEO build day, hosted in Orange County, is scheduled for Tuesday, April 12th.  Please join local, like-minded community leaders for a little hands-on work and a lot of great business networking – no building experience is needed. Giving levels range from $5,000 to $50,000 and include a variety of publicity and corporate team building benefits.  Click HERE for more CEO Build details.

If would like your company to participate, but are unable to attend the April 12th build, we hope that you will consider lending your company name and sending a leading executive from your company or a partner company in your place.

Contact Roxanne, at or 919-682-0516 ext 113, to get involved.

2015 CEO Build Partners

Triangle Sponsor at $30,000

Kari Stoltz, Bank of America

Foundation Sponsors at $10,000

Matt Tormollen, Avalara Inc.

David Baldwin, Baldwin&

Chuck Purvis, Coastal Federal Credit Union

Jack Clayton, Wells Fargo

Sponsors at $5,000

Edward Paradise, Cisco

Jim Captain, Credit Suisse

Andrew Burns, Hamilton Point Investment Advisors

Jeff Stocks, The Nautical Group

Bill Hodges, POZEN, Inc.

Kevin Trapani, The Redwoods Group

Russ Helms, Rho

John Replogle, Seventh Generation Ventures

Bryan Hamilton, Triangle Business Journal

Habitat Success Stories

Theresia partnered with Habitat and twelve Durham congregations to renovate a historic home in East Durham. She became one of three Habitat families to renovate homes on her street, helping rebuild the neighborhood.