Sharon Mutrie elected President of South Shore Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors

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Sharon A. Mutrie

WEYMOUTH, MA–South Shore Habitat for Humanity, which has delivered quality housing in partnership with families in need for the past 32 years, has elected Sharon A. Mutrie of Bridgewater, MA as President of its Board of Directors.

She will work with fellow officers, board members and Executive Director Martine Taylor to further the organization’s work to help provide housing for people in need.

Since its founding in 1986, South Shore Habitat for Humanity has completed 57 homes in 21 towns, helping more than 100 adults and 200 children build a place to call home. The organization serves 35 cities and towns south and southwest of Boston.

Mutrie is the Vice President of Sales at Bay Copy, a document imaging solutions company serving the region since 1972. Mutrie joined the firm in 1987, and works with the company’s major accounts. She additionally oversees the recruiting, training and supervising of the company’s sales force.

Mutrie holds a degree in Criminal Psychology from The University of Southern Maine. An active member of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, she is the former Chair of the Chamber’s ATHENA Program and a member of the Board of Directors of Fontbonne Academy. In addition, she volunteers at local schools and homeless shelters.

“It is with pleasure that we announce Sharon as President of our Board of Directors,” stated Martine Taylor, Executive Director of South Shore Habitat for Humanity. “Sharon joined our board in 2016 and has consistently demonstrated her wealth of knowledge and expertise in strategic planning and organizational development in both the for-profit and non-profit arena; her leadership on the board is of great value.”