Hill Wallack Partner Kenneth R. Sauter Elected President of Morris Habitat for Humanity
On Sunday, January 26, 2020, Kenneth R. Sauter, partner in the Cedar Knolls, N.J. office of Hill Wallack was elected as the 2020 President of Morris Habitat for Humanity. The election was held at their Annual Meeting & Volunteer Recognition Reception at the Presbyterian Church Parish House in Morristown.
Mr. Sauter is a member of the firm’s Community Associations, Real Estate, and Banking & Financial Services Practice Groups. His practice is devoted to real estate matters, with particular emphasis on the representation of community associations. His practice includes commercial real estate transactions, leasing and financing; representation of commercial lenders, including community association lenders; land use and development; and general business representation.
Mr. Sauter has held other leadership roles, such as president of the New Jersey Chapter of Community Associations Institute in 2015 and chairperson of the chapter’s Legislative Action, Editorial and Education Committees.
In addition to his work for Habitat, Mr. Sauter serves as a member of the Housing Partnership of Morris County Home Ownership Center Advisory Committee, and is a member of the Executive Board of The Arc of Essex County.
Sauter earned his law degree from Villanova School of Law and graduated summa cum laude from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Prior to entering the law, he was an accountant with Price Waterhouse.
Morris Habitat for Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat seeks a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The group provides services to ensure that lower income families in Morris County have the opportunity for homeownership and asset-building. For 35 years, it has offered a hand up to lower-income families, giving them hope of breaking the generational poverty cycle. Morris Habitat provides the opportunity for families to live in safe, healthy homes and communities. Morris Habitat has served 442 families through its home building, repair and international homebuilder programs, and also supports Habitat International working in Honduras and elsewhere.