The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted participants for its 43rd class. Participants were selected based on a thorough application process including essays, professional resume, and community involvement.
Leadership Greenville is the Chamber's premier 10-month leadership development program designed to help develop informed, committed and qualified leaders for Greenville County. By taking an intensive look into the issues affecting the area, Leadership Greenville prepares and motivates participants to provide quality, dynamic leadership. The program has graduated over 2000 alumni since 1973, many of which have served in key positions, including school board, city and county council seats, members of Congress, judges and business leaders.
Acumen IT and The University of South Carolina Upstate are co-sponsoring Leadership Greenville Class 43.
CLASS 43 PARTICIPANTS
Brian Albers, Raymond James
Rachael Anna, Nexsen Pruet
Kenneth Anthony, The Anthony Law Firm, P.A.
Leila Aziz, GE Power
Aaron Barr, MAKE Consulting
Christina Belge, Greenville County Redevelopment Authority
Chi Blair, Greenville Police Department
Gina Blohm, Community Foundation of Greenville
James Boyd, Eric Brown Design, Inc.
Kathleen Brady, University of South Carolina Upstate
Laura Bratton, Laurens Road UMC
Mario Brown, Eastside Homes
Danielle Car, Community Journals
Bobby Cox, Milliken & Company
Ashley Dyal, Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Tara Eaker, City of Greenville
Rebecca Ellefson, Greenville Drive
David Feild, Colliers International Greenville
Travis Fortson, Countybank
Yancey Fouche, Furman University
Debra Ham, County of Greenville
John Hansen, Craig Gaulden Davis
Elise Hardin, Thrive Upstate
Randolyn Harmon, Greenville County Schools
Baker Hatcher, MAU Workforce Solutions
Virginia Hayes, Coldwell Banker Caine
Taylor Howell, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Aimee Leary, Wendell L. Hawkins, P.A.
Alesia Lowe, A Child's Haven Clinical Department
Anne Marie Maertens, AccessHealth Greenville County
Lisa Mangione, Greenville Technical College
Kevin McBride, Upstate Warrior Solution
Kevin McCarrell, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
Kathryn Mendez, United Way of Greenville County
Jason Mitchell, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
Sara Montero-Buria, Hispanic Alliance
Eric Morris, BB&T Scott & Stringfellow
John Mosser, Elliott Davis Decosimo
Jamika Nedwards, Julie Valentine Center
Bryce Norton, Miracle Hill Ministries
Dean Oang, LS3P Associates Ltd.
Patricia Parker, Triune Mercy Center
Alexander Parks, Mavin Construction
Mark Parrott, TD Bank
Michael Pennington, SABAR dba FunnelDelicious
Rionne Ridgeway, Greenville Chamber
Meghan Riordan, Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A.
Daniel Rundle, Worthwhile
Ame Sanders, State of Inclusion, Inc.
Adam Scheuch, Greenville County Schools
Shelly-Anne Scott, McMillan Pazdan Smith
Christopher Sparrow, Able South Carolina
Hannah Spellmeyer, Godshall Professional Recruiting
Brian Thomas, DP3 Architects, Ltd.
Ashlee Tolbert, City of Greenville
Ryan Twitty, Wells Fargo
Hagan Walker, Clemson University
Derek Watchorn, AMECO (Fluor)
Laura Williams, Carolina Business Interiors
About Leadership Greenville
Leadership Greenville is the Greenville Chamber’s premier leadership development program designed to inform and prepare qualified leaders for Greenville County. By taking an intensive look into the issues affecting Greenville County, Leadership Greenville prepares and motivates participants to provide quality, dynamic leadership within the area. Since the program began in 1973, there have been over 2000 participants. Many alumni have served in key leadership positions within their businesses and organizations, as well as city council, county council, school board, members of Congress and as judges.
Leadership Greenville requires a 10-month commitment. Participants are selected through an application process based upon their past involvement in the community and their ability to set and achieve high personal goals. New classes embark each year on a journey to understand the inner-workings of our area, including Managed Growth and the Economy, Quality of Life, Human Services, Local Government, Justice, Education and State Government.
Each class selects a project or projects to meet a need in the area. Class Projects are chosen based on proposals submitted by class members, as well as nonprofit Chamber-member organizations.
Leadership Greenville’s Class 43 is sponsored by AcumenIT and USC Upstate.
Additional leadership development programs at the Greenville Chamber include Youth Leadership Greenville, Leadership Greenville Alumni, Ignite Corporate Leadership, Opportunity Greenville, and Pulse Young Professionals. For more information, please contact Tami Miller, Leadership Development Director, at email@example.com or 864-239-3743.