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Executive Director - Kevin J. Miller

Kevin comes to Habitat with over 20 years of construction experience and 17 years of Non-Profit work. He has a passion for the Taos community and loves seeing how Habitat for Humanity of Taos is continuing to make an impact here.

Construction Supervisor - Mark Trujillo

Mark has been with our organization for 10 years.  He is one of the most patient and knowledgeable site supervisors in the business. His passion is to teach people about the culture of Taos and why we build the way we do. A lifelong craftsman and artist, he loves bringing his passion of all things "outdoors" to our volunteers from all over the country.


Assistant Construction Supervisor - Michael Virga

Michael moved to Taos in the spring of 2017 after living in Tucson for several years. While in Tucson he worked for Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona, providing handyman services to homeowners below the poverty line, and Arizona Conservation Corps, partnering with the Forest Service and Park Service to improve and maintain public lands in southern Arizona. About a year after moving to Taos, Michael started volunteering with Habitat Taos. Now a part of the staff here, he is super excited to be able to work full-time to carry the vision of Habitat Taos forward into the future.   Michael also hosts a radio show, The Habitat For Humanity Hour, on KNCE 93.5 FM and leads a local Taos band called The Second Wind Endeavor, find them online at!


Office Manager - Debbie Densmore 

Debbie has lived in Taos since 2015 and is originally from Laurel, Maryland. Prior to arriving in Taos, she worked for nearly two decades in Program Management at the University of Maryland's A. James Clark School of Engineering. “I’m thrilled to be a part of Habitat for Humanity in Taos and find joy in helping to create positive experiences for people in our community."


Volunteer Coordinator/Recruiter - Miriam Jones  

Miriam has always had a passion for Habitat for Humanity starting from youth where she worked on a local Habitat build, becoming a partner family and has a genuine understanding of the housing need in Taos.  Miriam’s charisma is contagious when she speaks about Habitat for Humanity of Taos ability to make a positive impact on this community she loves.   A native of Amarillo, Texas, Miriam has lived in Taos for 10 years and has developed strong relationships within the community.  She has an twelve-year-old son and a four-year-old daughter, and in her free time enjoys board games, baking, movies and spending time outside with her kids.