Zco Corporation’s Director of Marketing Named President of Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity

My goal is to serve Habitat the best I can by supporting our core goal of bringing shelter to those who need it most.

Director of Marketing for Zco Corporation, Kyle Mallinger, has been named President of the Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors.

Throughout his career Mallinger has led company growth for multiple organizations through strategic planning and focused marketing tactics. As the Director of Marketing at Zco Corporation, he is responsible for implementing strategic vision for marketing and sales, fostering employee growth, and driving company profitability. Mallinger brings extensive experience in leveraging detailed data and analytic insights to pinpoint growth opportunities. A New York native, Mallinger now lives in Goffstown along with his wife Courtney.

The Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity is a 501(C)(3) non-profit that works closely with businesses and organizations in the community to provide affordable housing and shelter to people and families in need.

In recent years, GMHFH has constructed/reconstructed 9 homes in the Greater Manchester area using virtually a 100 percent volunteer force as well helped dozens of low-income families with critical home repairs. In June, 2016, GMHFH completed construction on a triplex property located at 50 Hosley Street in Manchester, having placed two families there (and is in the final stages of placing a third family) and is presently reconstructing/converting a duplex into a single family home located at 262 Lowell Street in Manchester for a Somali refugee family with nine children – all, who currently share a cramped 4-bedroom 1-bathroom apartment.

The Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity serves the municipalities of Manchester, Hooksett, Candia, Auburn, Derry, Londonderry, Litchfield, Bedford, and Goffstown in New Hampshire.

Mallinger was selected to head the organization by its Board of Directors, who elected him to the position in November of this year.

“I'm looking forward to the opportunity of helping build a better community,” says Kyle Mallinger. “My goal is to serve Habitat the best I can by supporting our core goal of bringing shelter to those who need it most.”

As part of its core principles, Zco Corporation supports the Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity as well as other non-profits and charitable organizations throughout the community.

About Zco Corporation
Zco is one of the largest custom software developers in the world. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Nashua, New Hampshire, Zco serves Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and entrepreneurs alike. Its services include mobile and enterprise app development, 3D animation, games, augmented and virtual reality, and mobility solutions. To learn more, visit http://www.zco.com.

About Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity
Through donations of money and materials and volunteer labor, Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity is able to build homes and sell them at an affordable price. Partner families purchase the home with a no-profit loan, and their monthly mortgage payments will be used to build more Habitat houses. Greater Manchester Habitat for Humanity is completely volunteer run and has built and renovated homes and helped many low income homeowners with much needed repairs since 1993. For more information, to donate or to volunteer, visit http://www.habitatmanchester.org.


If you are interested in more information, please contact Jon Lynch at Jonathan.Lynch(at)zco(dot)com.

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