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Greenville Chamber Announces Leadership Greenville's 45th Class

Published Friday, July 20, 2018 4:00 pm

The Greenville Chamber’s Leadership Greenville program has accepted 60 participants for its 45th 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.

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is the Leadership Greenville Class 45 Presenting Sponsor.


Taylor Allen, Colliers International

Becky Ballenger, Acumen IT

Steven Barber, Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC

Brian Boughner, Parallel Financial

Jenna Bradley, Wells Fargo Business Banking

Tim Brookshire, Greenville Health System

Crystal Brown, Fluor

Rance Bryan, Bank of Travelers Rest

Anne Lee Buck, Greenville First Steps

Galen Burdeshaw, ABB

Helen  Byce, LS3P

Megan Campbell, Greenville Chamber

Alrinthea Carter, Clemson University MBA Programs

Brian Clark, Generations

Christen Clinkscales, The Greenville News

Hannah Crenshaw, Michelin North America

Mike Decker, Greenville County Sheriff's Office

Shelagh Dorn, Greenville Police Department

Basil Dosunmu, Greenville Spartanburg Airport District

Natalie Dougherty, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System

Lisa Dwight, DP3 Architects, Ltd.

Megan Early-Soppa, Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP

Ramona Farrell, GreerWalker LLP

Joshua Friesen, Greenville Technical College

Shannon Geiger-Risdon, GE Renewable Energy

Alexandra Gonzalez, The A Group

Christen Hairston, Greenville Health System; University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville

David L. Harris, Jr., Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Julio Hernandez, Clemson University

Lauren Hubbard, Kentwool/Kentwool Performance Apparel

Josh Hudson, Roe Cassidy Coates & Price, PA

Jeremy Huff, Miracle Hill Ministries

Jonathan Hungerford, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

William Johnston, Southern First Bank

Lisa Landreth, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System

Bonnie Lynch, Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A.

Casey Minor, Cherry Bekaert LLP

Dustin Morris, Ameris Bank

Ashley Parr, Nexsen Pruet, LLC

Idaly Partridge, Rogers Group Inc.

Johanna Perez, Molina Healthcare of SC

Angelica Perez-Litwin, Latinas Think Big Network

Savannah Porter, Project Host

Erica Powell, Greenville CAN/The Barbara Stone Foundation

Scott Rhymer, Greenville County Schools

Meredith Rigdon, Narrative Strategic Communications, Inc.

Katie Saunders, Greenville County Schools

David Sawyer, The Cliffs

Haro Setian, The Haro Group of Keller Williams Historic District

Cherington Shucker, Greenville Center for Creative Arts

Bartley Sides, Christ Church Episcopal School

Brendan Smith, Rooted

Tamela Spann, Hollingsworth Funds

Lindsey Tabor, Hispanic Alliance

Jaime Terry, TD Bank, NA

Josh Tew, Flagship Properties

Greg Van De Voorde, United Way of Greenville County

Bobby Vine, Jr., Harper Corporation General Contractors

Kim Williams, Greenville Area Development Corporation

Michael Williamson, City of Greenville



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