Board Chair – Executive Committee
Tina Morascyzk is Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Construction at Giant Eagle. Tina believes Habitat of Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh is doing life- changing work in our region, supporting our neighbors and communities by providing safe, affordable home ownership opportunities, while building dignity, strength, stability, and self- reliance through quality shelter. At Giant Eagle, Tina is responsible for leading the real estate portfolio optimization/ management team, real estate development, real estate analytics, the construction/ design/ facilities group, and the operations/ planning/ engineering department. In 2020, Tina was named a “Top Woman in Grocery” in the senior-level executive category by Progressive Grocer, a prestigious honor for female leaders in the grocery industry. Tina is Co- President of Giant Eagle’s Women’s Business Resource Group, is a member of Giant Eagle’s Black Leaders and Collaborators Collective Business Resource Group and of the company’s Standing Up Against Racism Food Access Committee. She supports the company’s Team Member Care Fund, serves as a professional Mentor to female leaders, and is on Giant Eagle’s Heart Walk Committee in support of the American Heart Association. Tina is Vice Chairperson and Chair Elect of the March of Dimes’ Western Pennsylvania Market Board of Directors.Additionally, she serves on the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania Allegheny County Women’s Leadership Council Leadership Team and is a Bridge’s Society Member. Tina is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College with Bachelor of Arts degrees, in Business Administration and Spanish. A native Pittsburgher, Tina resides in Cranberry Township with her husband and three children.
Dr. Beverly Moore
Board Vice Chair – Executive Committee
Beverly Moore is a life-long resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her work experience spans more than 40 years of government leadership in the public sector, which has been focused on safe and affordable housing. Her administrative skills and expertise helped propel Allegheny County Housing Authority (ACHA) to repeatedly achieve the coveted “HUD High Performer” status. As an intricate member of the administrative team, her proficient methodologies helped to successfully direct a massive, HUD driven business paradigm shift from Centralized Management systems to Decentralized Asset Management systems while simultaneously saving the ACHA $2.8 million dollars.
Beverly has held management and senior leadership roles in the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh (HACP) too, which included composing a Property Management Procedure Manual utilized in every management office in the HACP. A version of this composition was developed at the Allegheny County Housing Authority, resulting in the production of a Residential Property Management Procedures and Training Manuals for the ACHA property managers.
Beverly is also an educator with many years spent teaching as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Professional Leadership Graduate Studies Program, and teaching leadership communication and public speaking for under-grads at Carlow University. For over 35 years, Beverly has held the office of the Western Pennsylvania area Women’s Ministries Coordinator for the Allegheny West Conference, which she led and continues to lead spirited women to empower other women to strive for and reach their personal goals and dreams through leadership and organization of creative and innovative activities for women.
Board Treasurer – Executive / Finance Committees
Mark is a native of Pittsburgh, and graduate of Michigan State University. Mark spent 13 years working for Price Waterhouse and Ernst & Young LLP providing auditing and consulting services. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1991. He joined POISE in 2002 as President and COO and later appointed to CEO.
He is serves on several boards including: Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise; Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh; Scout Reach; Kappa Scholarship Endowment Fund, Support America’s Teachers, Carlow College President’s Advisory Council and EQT GP Services LLC. He has served on the following boards: Urban Youth Action, Community Investment Network, August Wilson Center, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, Sustainable Pittsburgh, and Grantmakers of Western PA. He is an active member of Deliverance Baptist Church where he serves as an Elder and Trustee. He is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh XXII and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.
Mr. Lewis is the co-founder of the African American Funders Group, and the Sankofa Fund of Southwest PA a giving circle comprised of African Americans who are pooling their resources of time, talent, and treasure with the purpose of investing in causes that will positively impact our community.
Board Secretary – Faith Relations Committee
Bob Hoffman is a 37-year veteran of the financial services industry. As a Vice-President for a super-regional bank, he managed the profitability of both investment and credit product groups. One highlight was being selected to report on home equity trends at a Washington D.C. banking conference.
For the second half of his financial services career, Bob has served with faith-based Thrivent Financial. He helps one household at a time to meet their financial goals and to connect their faith and finances for good. As a Financial Advisor he passed the SEC’s rigorous Series 7, 24, & 66 exams, and is frequently recognized as a Thrivent NATIONAL Peak Performer.
Bob's first experienced Habitat by working on a 2009 Build in Cleveland, Ohio. His first Habitat repair was a 2015 ramp in Apollo, Pennsylvania. Bob has been a Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh board member since 2018. He earned his MBA degree at Oakland University in Michigan.