Ten at the Top Hires Megan Zapf as Partner Relations and Communications Manager

    Upstate, SC [January 4, 2017] – Ten at the Top (TATT), a non-profit organization focused on promoting collaboration and strategic planning across the Upstate region, has hired Megan Zapf for the position of Partner Relations and Communications Manager.

    An Upstate native, Zapf received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Presbyterian College and a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

    She served as the Manager of New Initiatives for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association from 2008-2010 and as the Director of Marketing and Development for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund from 2010-2013.

    Since returning to the Upstate, Zapf has served as Chief Financial Officer for Zapf Physical Wellness and is the Owner/Operator of Banner Bashes event coordinating.

    In her duties with Ten at the Top, Zapf will be responsible for managing relationships with TATT Board Members and Funding Partners as well as leading fundraising and sponsorship efforts. She will also coordinate external communications and events.

    “We are pleased to have Megan join the Ten at the Top staff,” said TATT Executive Director Dean Hybl. “Her knowledge of the Upstate and background cultivating engagement and support will be valuable as we look to continue building regional capacity and strategic partnerships in the Upstate.”

    About Ten at the Top
    Formed in 2009, Ten at the Top envisions an Upstate region where collaboration, coordination and cooperation across communities and business sectors are hallmarks. It fosters partnerships and cooperation amongst the ten counties that form South Carolina’s Upstate, and encourages these diverse communities and stakeholder groups to work together to enhance the Upstate’s economic vitality and quality of life. To date, Ten at the Top has hosted more than 600 meetings, programs, workshops and forums that have informed and engaged 30,000+ participants. To learn more, visit www.tenatthetop.org.