Executive Director / CEO
Tim Evans has a varied professional background which includes serving several years as a minister in the United Methodist Church, working as a counselor and clinical supervisor at a family counseling center, then for a short term as the director of a foster care facility for neglected boys, and 18 years as the executive director for Manna Food Pantries and Community Gardens in Pensacola.
Since 2011 Tim Evans has served as the Executive Director and CEO of Pensacola Habitat for Humanity. Under his leadership the affiliate has built over 600 homes, started neighborhood revitalization work in their community, established a subsidiary community housing development corporation to address other community shelter and housing needs, and has achieved status as a Chartered Member of the NeighborWorks America network, making Pensacola Habitat the only local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity to have this dual identity.
He is a certified trip leader for Habitat Global Village work trips and serves on an advisory board for the New Market Tax Credit program for Habitat for Humanity International’s CDE. He is the chairman of the board for Habitat Florida, the state support organization which guides the work of the 55 Habitat for Humanity programs across the state, and is an affiliate representative to the 24 member US Council for Habitat for Humanity International.
In serving the local community he has been appointed by the Pensacola City Council to serve as a Commissioner on the Area Housing Commission, now serving a second term, and is a member of the Affordable Housing Advisory Committee for the City of Pensacola and Escambia County, Florida.
Tim has received an undergraduate degree from Florida State University, and has graduate degrees from the University of West Florida and Duke University. He has also participated in Executive Education programs at Harvard Business School and the McDonough Business School at Georgetown University.