Thursday, March 15, 2012

Former Bank of America exec Joe Price joins Habitat board

Long-time Bank of America executive Joe Price has been elected to the Habitat for Humanity International board of directors, the Atlanta-based nonprofit announced Thursday.

Price had most recently served as head of the bank's consumer and small business banking, and had also spent time as chief financial officer in an 18-year career with the bank, before leaving in a management shakeup in September. He lives in Charlotte.

“Having decent affordable housing is at the core of building communities and serves as the foundation for every family’s well-being,” Price said in a statement. “Habitat for Humanity continues to be a catalyst for addressing housing issues around the globe and I can’t imagine serving a better organization in its efforts.”

The 24-member board includes numerous business leaders, including the chief financial officer of Delta Airlines and the chief information officer at TD Bank.


Dolley said...

Nothing Ironic there...after working to steal as many poor peoples homes out from under them as possible, Price is suddenly worried about housing for the poor? RIGHT. Scum rises...