Rodney Goodman is the executive director of Habitat for Humanity in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He is responsible for promoting the affiliate’s overall vision and direction, ensuring its ability to increasingly serve families in need of simple, decent, affordable housing. The affiliate has constructed over 90 homes. They have sought out energy efficiency solutions to guarantee that their homeowners can afford to live in and own their houses. The affiliate is currently working on constructing homes in its 44-home development at Durbin Estates. In addition to his local work at the affiliate Goodman also serves on Habitat for Humanity International’s US Council.
Prior to this role, Goodman worked as the supportive housing manager for LifeSkills Inc. of Bowling Green, Kentucky. In this capacity, he and his staff were responsible for providing supportive services and housing solutions to persons experiencing homelessness and mental illness. The goal of these efforts was to assist individuals in finding decent, safe and affordable housing to aid them on their road to recovery.
Goodman graduated from Welch College with a B.A. in Cross-Cultural Ministries.