La Jollan named to Habitat board

San Diego Habitat for Humanity has named Cindy Kitrosser and W. Shawn Rosenberger to its board of directors.

Kitrosser, a CPA with offices in La Jolla, brings a diverse background in philanthropy, business and nonprofits and Rosenberger, who works in Sorrento Valley provides 22 years of experience in the construction industry and nonprofits. Both individuals will help SDHFH build simple, decent and affordable homes for ownership by local families in need.

Kitrosser currently owns a CPA practice that specializes in elder care, where she works with older adults as a private fiduciary and advisor in all areas of accounting and bookkeeping. She resides in Pacific Beach.

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