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Kris Lewis


719.475.7800 ext. 104


Kris has more than 40 years of experience working for nonprofits, 15 of which are with Habitat for Humanity. She has served as executive director/CEO of Pikes Peak Habitat since 2014. Previously, she was the Director of Finance and Administration with Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver.

Kris is passionate about lifting all people toward positive possibilities in their lives and helping facilitate the means by which they can pursue opportunities. She is committed to recognizing and honoring the dignity and humanity of all of God's children.

A Colorado native, Kris graduated from the University of Arizona with a BS in Business Administration and a concentration in accounting. She continued her education at the University of Arizona, The Seminary of the South Education for Ministry, and a variety of national leadership programs. Kris is also active in various local civic organizations.

Prior to joining Habitat, she worked for entities that provided environmental education and preservation, as well as energy efficiency upgrades for low-income families; a health management organization; an Area Agency on Aging; and an organization that offered support for adults with developmental disabilities. Kris finds that all her passions and former roles in other not-for-profits are well-served under Habitat’s mission and vision.