Greenville Chamber, United Way Announce 2021 Propel GVL Class
The Greenville Chamber and United Way of Greenville County have announced the 2021 PropelGVL class. This 6-week non-profit executive leadership and board training program launched on Monday, May 10.
The program is designed to expose participants to integral elements of board membership and effective board and committee service. Some key topics taught during the program include fiduciary and risk management, financial and legal responsibilities, fundraising, diversity and inclusion, and marketing. Upon program completion, participants are guided to organizations seeking board and committee members that are aligned by talents, interests, and availability.
This year’s participants include the following:
Kristin Allen, Greenville Chamber
Eric Cooperman, Spur & Cane
Chris Goldman, Dahlia Homes
Jeffrey Harrell, NAI Earle Furman
Ben Hepner, Holder Padgett Littlejohn Prickett, LLC
Jeb Maloney, Marsh/Bell Construction Co.
Sophie Manigo Fuller, GCS: Lifelong Learning Sullivan Center
Michelle Mathisen, Total HR
Kayla Moorehead, Jervey Eye Group
Michael Murrell, Self Employed
Travis Palmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Ryan Phillips, World Acceptance Corporation
BC Rechter, Reedy Falls Group
Sabrina Reeder, United Way of Greenville County
Ericka Reyes, General Dynamics Mission Systems
Rionne Ridgeway, Greenville Chamber
Taylor Roy, Atlantic Data Systems
Kaylea Scalzitti, United Way of Greenville County
Chris Simonetti, World Acceptance Corporation
Luke Umstetter, World Acceptance Corporation
Heather Wheless, Miliken & Company
Megan Young, City of Greenville
The program is being held virtually for 2021.
Nonprofit agencies interested in participating can click here to learn more.