Habitat for Humanity’s newest addition is bringing her international experience to Muskoka.

The non-profit has introduced Kimberly Woodcock as the new CEO of the Ontario Gateway North chapter. Woodcock is originally from Stratford, is a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology graduate from the University of Western Ontario and has worked with the United Arab Emirates Military. She also established and ran a successful international consulting firm in Dubai for the past ten years, which focused on healthcare, education, non-profit and energy governmental sectors.

OGN board officials say Woodcock’s international experience made her the perfect candidate to take on the role of managing day-to-day operations for the organization.