As Executive Director for Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity, Tom Salzbrun leads an organization that works to eliminate substandard housing in Cincinnati by building simple, decent, affordable homes to sell to low-income families in need. In addition to his work with Cincinnati Habitat, Tom owns a custom embroidery and screen printing business in West Chester.
Prior to joining Cincinnati Habitat in 2005, Tom worked at Deaconess Long-Term Care as Director of Facilities and Materials Management and worked for 25 years at St. Joseph Orphanage as Associate Executive Director.
Tom was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He received an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin. He moved to Cincinnati in 1979 to attend Xavier University, where he graduated with a Masters in Corrections.
He has lived in College Hill with his wife, Ann, since 1984. Tom and Ann have four children, Andrew, 23, Benjamin, 20, Zachary, 18, and Hannah, 15.