Staff

Gina Leckron
STATE DIRECTOR

With over twenty-five years’ experience in construction, government relations, and nonprofit management, Gina Leckron has spent the past 8 years serving as the State Director for Habitat for Humanity of Indiana and supporting the efforts of 58 local Habitat affiliates. After earning her bachelor’s degree, Gina received a Certificate of Nonprofit Management from Duke University, and recently earned her Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential. Gina has served in Habitat for Humanity’s ministry for almost twenty years as an executive director in both rural and urban affiliates across the country. She understands the critical role housing plays in economic and community development. At her current position, Gina works closely with state government to advocate for housing issues and resources and provides training and technical assistance to affiliates in the field. In the course of her career, Gina has managed large-scale development ventures, disaster recovery projects, and has raised over $40M. She has served in leadership positions with Habitat for Humanity International as Chair of the State Organization Alliance and a member of the US policy and mortgage regulatory committees. Even with her vast experience, her passion for affordable housing and love of Habitat’s ministry still grows daily.

Beth Resler
Director of Affiliate Programs

Beth's career with Habitat began with a summer internship at Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County, Indiana in 2010. She then went on to graduate from Ball State University in 2012 with a degree in urban planning and development and a specialty in political science. After graduation, she went straight into Indiana HabiCorps serving a quarter term and a half term with Habitat for Humanity of Jefferson County. During that time, she assisted Habitat Indiana with the Henryville Blitz Build. Beth then became a member of the Indiana HabiCorps A-Team and traveled around the state providing construction assistance to several Habitat affiliates around Indiana. Throughout her two years of service, she assisted Habitat Indiana on three state conferences, allowing her to form relationships with Habitats all across the state. She formally joined the Habitat Indiana team in April of 2015 as the Director of Affiliate Programs. She now focuses on maintaining the AmeriCorps program she was once a member of. Beth also administers the Home Investment Fund, a partnership with IHCDA in support of affiliate operations. She also works on the marketing and document design for all Habitat Indiana events.