Kegman managers volunteered Saturday, 24 Jan 15, on the Women Build Project for Brevard County Habitat for Humanity – homes that will be completely built by Women volunteers to help eliminate substandard and inadequate housing in Brevard County.

Susie Glasgow, Kegman President/CEO, and Lisa Shoemaker, Kegman Technical Program Manager, spent the day at 630 Altura Dr. in Port St. John raising trusses for a new roof.  Despite what Mother Nature could throw at them, the day was a success!

Lisa is also Brevard County’s Women Build Team Co-Leader and this is the 6th house supported by the Women Build in the effort to eliminate poverty housing, as families with children make up a staggering number of those in need of adequate housing.  For more information on Habitat for Humanity and Women Build: and


                            Lisa Shoemaker               Susie Glasgow

HFH 2015