Three new members have been elected to the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity board of directors:
Joshua Fahrenbruck, vice president, J.P. Morgan Private Bank; state Rep. Mark McBride, R-Moore; and Rayme Sanchez-Mantilla, pastor, Cristo mi Fortaleza Free Will Baptist Church.
“All three of our newest board members embody the spirit of community and fellowship we share at Habitat for Humanity,” said Ann Felton Gilliland, president and CEO. “I appreciate Joshua, Mark and Rayme, and their willingness to bring their unique talents and expertise to our board. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue our work to provide safe and secure housing to Oklahomans.”
Fahrenbruck is a native Oklahoman and has been with J.P. Morgan since July 2013, providing investment advice and service to high net worth clients. Previously, he was communications director at Kimray.
McBride was elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2012 and has served as vice chairman of the House Utility and Environmental Regulation Committee and the House Judiciary Committee. He is the owner of McBride Construction & Roofing, as well as McBride Homes. He is a co-founder of Shelter Oklahoma Schools, having helped raise more than $2.2 million to build shelters in Oklahoma Schools.
Sanchez-Mantilla, as senior pastor of Cristo mi Fortaleza Free Will Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, provides leadership to his congregation through preaching, counseling and pastoral care. In addition to his service in the ministry, Sanchez-Mantilla is a personal banker at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, helping customers with their financial needs and to achieve their financial goals. He moved to the United States from Havana in 2009. He obtained his Bachelor’s of Theology and Bible from the Free Will Baptist Seminary, Pinar Del Rio, Cuba.