10 new members will join the Step Up Savannah, Inc. board of directors in January reflecting the range of its collaborative partners: Business and government leaders, direct service providers, and neighborhood leaders.
The new members’ terms start Jan. 1 and they serve for three years. At its meeting earlier this month, the board also elected its officers for 2016 who serve for one year, starting in January. A complete list of board members is available on Step Up’s Website: www.stepupsavannah.org
In 2016, Step Up Savannah, Inc. will continue to engage all sectors of the community to improve the economic mobility and financial stability of families in Savannah, Chatham County.
Step Up Savannah Board Officers, 2016: Board Chairman Patricia Lyons (President, Senior Citizens, Inc.); Vice Chairman Holden Hayes (Regional President, South State Bank); Treasurer Scott Center (President, National Office Systems).
New board members and their affiliations: Steve Allison (Executive Director, Union Mission);- Sister Pat Baber (Director, St. Mary’s Community Center); Terry Enoch (Chief of Police, SCCPSS); Gregg Schroeder (President, United Way of the Coastal Empire); Shannon Dulin (Senior Manager of Government & Regulatory Affairs, Comcast); Matt Gignilliat (External Affairs Manager, Georgia Power);David Sneed (Senior Manager, Gulfstream); Mark Sprosty (Vice President of Finance & Administration, SEDA); Latoya Brannen (NLA graduate, Chatham County Health Department) Reverend Carl Gilliard (Executive Director, Feed the Hungry)
Step Up Savannah, Inc. celebrated ten years of creating opportunity through workforce development, asset building, and advocacy this year. To learn more, visit the website www.stepupsavannah.org.