Trevor is no stranger to volunteerism and giving back to the community. With a long history of supporting various charitable organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, HeroWork and others, it made perfect sense for him to accept an invitation to take a full-time seat with the HeroWork Society.
In addition to an energetic and contagiously enthusiastic personality, Trevor brings with him more than 25 years of construction experience both as a Red Seal Carpenter and Superintendent.
“My dream was always to find a job that leveraged my leadership experience and trade skills to make a difference in the community, a job where my energy and enthusiasm would be an asset. To that end, HeroWork and myself are a perfect match!”
Kate brings to HeroWork her 30 years of experience in the landscape and construction industry. Her experience spans all aspects of landscape construction and working in landscape architecture as a lead project designer. Kate loves the process of bringing a design to life and thereby getting to have a hand in making her community a better place to live. When not at work Kate can be found out in her kayak or curled up in a sunbeam with a good book and a strong cup of coffee.
"I love what HeroWork does for the local community and I feel that this will be my legacy. At HeroWork, if I start a day feeling run-down or frazzled, I always finish the day happy, fulfilled, and full of excitement for what the next day brings."
Marlena can navigate the ocean and read building plans. A lover of architecture and studied in interior design, she is deeply committed to making a better place for us to experience this life. Relentlessly helpful and attentive to detail, her natural philanthropic nature has brought her energy to HeroWork. Where she now passionately crafts ways to share the "Transforming Charities" message with others.