IRVINE, CA -- HomeAid America, a national non-profit provider of housing for homeless families and individuals for more than 20 years, announced the election of Scott Stowell, Chief Executive Officer of Standard Pacific Homes, to its Board of Directors. Stowell has long been a leader in the housing industry and Standard Pacific Homes is one of America's largest homebuilders, landing in the top ten in revenue nationally in 2012, according to the Builder 100 list.
"Scott Stowell is joining HomeAid at an exciting time," stated Chuck Stein, Chairman of HomeAid America's Board of Directors. "With the economic turnaround in full force, we are looking forward to growing HomeAid and further expanding its goodwill on behalf of the building industry. Scott's great experience and unwavering commitment to the community make him a highly-valued addition to our leadership team."
Scott Stowell first joined Standard Pacific Homes in 1986 as project manager in the Orange County Division, and was promoted to various executive positions including Vice President of Project Development, President of the Orange County Division and President of the Southern California Region, and in May 2007 was named Chief Operating Officer of Standard Pacific Homes. In May of 2011 he became President of the company. On January 1, 2012, Stowell was named Chief Executive Officer of Standard Pacific Homes.
Stowell is actively involved in the California Building Industry Association and has served on the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors. He is also active in the Leading Builders of America, of which Standard Pacific Homes is a member. Stowell's commitment to community service includes serving on the Advisory Boards of the Orange County Management Association and Pretend City, Orange County's emerging Children's Museum.
"It is truly an honor to have the opportunity to serve the greater community through HomeAid's National Board of Directors," said Scott Stowell, Chief Executive Officer of Standard Pacific Homes. "Standard Pacific Homes has admired and supported HomeAid's important mission over the years and I look forward to our continued involvement."
About HomeAid America
HomeAid is a leading national non-profit provider of housing for homeless families and individuals. Through the generosity of builders, their trades and their suppliers, HomeAid has completed over 325 housing projects nationwide at a value of more than $200 million, of which nearly fifty percent has been donated by the building industry. Nearly 170,000 people have been sheltered by these housing projects over the past 24 years. HomeAid currently has over 30 additional projects in development across the country through HomeAid's network of 15 chapters in 10 states. For more information about HomeAid, call 1-888-3HOMEAID or visit www.HomeAid.org.