Leadership Greer Class 38 announcedSep 06, 2017 02:07PM ● By Kathleen Maris
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce announced the new Leadership Greer Class XXXVIII and the Outstanding Leadership Award winner at the September 1 First Friday Luncheon. The keynote speaker for the event was Governor Henry McMaster.
Leadership Greer Class 38 began on September 1 with 31 members and is sponsored by the Pelham Medical Center.
Participants of Leadership Greer Class XXXVIII are:
Mitch Atkins - Pelham Batesville Fire Department
Curt Bagwell - Brian A. Martin, LLC
Randle Ballenger - City of Greer Police Department
Adam Campbell - Century3
Tony Cheros - Bank of Travelers Rest
Matt Cloutier - CresCom Bank
James Compton - City of Greer Police Department
Jordan Craft - Events at the Davenport
Brent Deedrick - Heritage Bible Church
Sandy DeVirgiliis - Pelham Medical Center
Jennifer Dodds - Chandler Creek Elementary School
Travis Durham - City of Greer Parks & Recreation
Casey Earl - United Community Bank
Erin Fergus - Greenville Technical College
Tori Fowler - SC Works Greater Upstate
Guy Furay - The Insurance Source
Candice Good - Countybank
Matt Green - Eastside YMCA
Sheena Greene - Greer Relief and Resources, Inc.
Randall Hipp - City of Greer Fire Department
Donna Hobson - Pelham Medical Center
Will Lavender - Upstate Surveying Associates LLC
Dan Lawrie - Del-Tec Packaging
Hannah Mahaffey - Greenville Federal Credit Union
Marc Metcalf - Upstate SC Alliance
Doug Mize - Greer First Baptist Church
Dedra Ray - Greer Memorial Hospital
Tawana Scott - North Greenville University
Stephen Smith - Greer Community Ministries
Christine Spiak - Sushi with Gusto, Inc.
Heather Timanus - Greer Middle College Charter High School
The Outstanding Leadership Award is designed to recognize a graduate of a Leadership Greer Program that has demonstrated effective leadership and furthered the growth of the community through active involvement in community/civic programs, organizations, and/or activities. This year’s recipient was Lisa Garland, a member of Leadership Greer Class 33.
The Leadership Program is run by the Leadership Development Council through the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce.
About the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce:
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary, nonprofit organization that represents approximately 650 businesses in the Greer area. The mission of the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce is “to Champion Economic Prosperity for our members and the greater Greer community.” For more information on the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, call 864-877-3131 or visit www.greerchamber.com.