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Greenville Tech Foundation adds board members

The Greenville Tech Foundation is a non-profit governed by a board of directors comprised of recognized leaders in business, industry, and the professions. Stacy Brandon, Upstate market president/senior relationship manager with Bank of America serves as chair; Luke Hardaway, owner of HPea Creations, is vice-chair; and David Sudduth, executive director of Health Me-Healthy SC, is secretary/treasurer.

New members were recently invited to join the board, serving three-year terms from 2022 to 2024. Additions include Drew Boland, senior vice president, middle marketing banking with Truist; Lisa Davies, director of design engineering with Fluor Corporation; Kim Howard, vice president, FG production operations, Lockheed Martin; Katie Howell, trustee, Daniel Mickel Foundation; and Mike Snively, business development, AT-NET Services.

The Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc.

Established in 1973, The Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc. ensures that the college is able to provide a quality education at modest costs and to reduce financial barriers to higher education. Last year the Foundation provided over $575,000 in scholarships to 690 students and assisted 185 students with emergency assistance totaling $89,470 to help them overcome unexpected barriers. To learn more, visit greenvilletechfoundation.org.



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