Spencer Craft
ReStore Assistant Manager 

Spencer is responsible for helping manage the ReStore and assisting with administrative duties.  He was born and raised in Amarillo and has been at habitat since 2022. He loves to take pride in his work because it helps people.

Sarah Curtis
Director of Operations

Sarah has been with Amarillo Habitat since 2013. She is responsible for overseeing the family services department as well as community engagement and affiliate purchasing. Sarah and her husband Nathan have two kids, and two dogs and love enjoying time outside as a family. "Building relationships with the families", is her favorite part about working with Habitat. After all the hard work the families put into purchasing their home, Sarah is so excited to "hand over the keys" at the House Blessings and welcome our partner families into homeownership.


Christina Johnston

Christina assists with the clerical duties at the Administrative Office. She is an Amarillo native and resides here with her husband and daughter. She is currently attending Amarillo College in pursuit of her Legal Studies degree. Christina is currently a volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House and has been for the past 8 years. She loves to volunteer for other organizations and helping out in the community is her passion. Christina finds working at Amarillo Habitat for Humanity extremely rewarding and loves the people she works with!


Alason Moorhead
Executive Director

Alason is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University and has resided in Amarillo since 2008 with her husband Jed and two children. Alason is "humbled to be a part of Habitat's legacy.”  She looks forward to "continuing the pursuit of affordable housing options in our community." 
at Texas A&M University and has resided in Amarillo since 2008 with her husband Jed and two children. Alason is "humbled to be a part of Habitat's legacy.”  She looks forward to "continuing the pursuit of affordable housing options in our community." 


William Larkin
Construction Supervisor

William has been with Habitat since 2018. In his position, he coordinates all of our building projects, manages all of our construction materials, supervises all construction activities and maintains our affiliate vehicles and equipment.  William is a son of the Texas Panhandle having been born and raised in Pampa, TX.  He is part of the Army National Guard and served one tour in Iraq.  His favorite past time is spending time with his children and wife.  He believes Habitat is “a fantastic organization that helps the community by helping people in need of a hand up.” He is drawn to the culture of Amarillo Habitat and thoroughly enjoys working with his coworkers.

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Naomi Perez
Director of Community Engagement

Naomi joined Habitat in 2022. She is responsible for the management of volunteers at Habitat with a focus on construction and corporate volunteer groups. She strives to provide a rewarding experience for all volunteers. Naomi has worked to create a great experience for corporate sponsors who join us for build day events; her efforts serve to increase retention and build enduring partnerships. She is responsible for one of Habitat’s core competencies which places any volunteer, no matter their skill, in service to families. Naomi loves being involved in her community and is excited to be working with Habitat to help improve lives in the Amarillo Community.

Nathan Thiesfeld
ReStore Manager

Nathan has been with Habitat since 2017. Although he was born in Texas, he was raised in Oregon, and fortunately, found his way back to the Lone Star State.  Nathan’s ReStore experience did not begin in Amarillo.  He was actually employed at the Habitat of the Rio Grande Valley ReStore before moving to the Texas Panhandle.  In his spare time, he enjoys playing basketball and hanging out with his wife. Nathan has always believed in the Habitat mission as a whole because it helps those in need and his work allows him to be a servant to his community.

Kim Webb
Director of ReStore Operations

Kim has been with Habitat since 2016. She has extensive retail experience making her perfect for leadership over our ReStore, which supports the building of Habitat homes.  Amarillo has always been home to Kim, her husband, and their three children. Kim plays an active role in her church and enjoys DIY projects in her spare time. She believes that through the ReStore, we are not only helping to fund our program, but we are also able to extend our mission to the community. Kim loves that we endeavor to make a difference in each life we touch.