TATT welcomes Anna-Elyse Lewis Abrams as Communications Coordinator
Ten at the Top (TATT) is pleased to announce the addition of Anna-Elyse Lewis Abrams to the position of Communications Coordinator.
Her role centers around TATT’s mission to increase collaborative capacity across the 10 counties
of the upstate by highlighting the efforts and initiatives of the organization, as well as those of its
partners and sponsors. Additionally, she will serve as the primary point of contact for media inquiries,
coordinate outreach efforts, draft in-house publications, and devise strategic marketing campaigns that
amplify and elevate TATT’s messaging.
A graduate of USC Upstate, Anna-Elyse brings with her a background of communications and marketing
in local government and community development, having served as the Communications Specialist for
the City of Spartanburg. She is a lifelong resident of Spartanburg, and enjoys spending time with her
family and friends, and performing with local community theatres.
“We are pleased to have Anna-Elyse join the Ten at the Top team,” said TATT Executive Director Dean
Hybl. “Her background in communications and familiarity with the region will be very valuable as we
continue to build connections and the collective capacity of the Upstate.”
“Ten at the Top is doing such great work to connect and strengthen the Upstate.” said Lewis Abrams, “I
am so excited to join those efforts, and amplify the message of this organization’s inspiring mission
alongside an incredible team.”
Have a question for Anna-Elyse? Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ten at the Top: Comprised of public, private, and civic leaders from across the ten-county Upstate South Carolina
Region, Ten at the Top connects and encourages regional collaboration through data-driven research
and regular gatherings of leaders and residents to address key regional issues. TATT works with local
partners to foster collaboration and strategic planning that enhances the economic vitality and quality
of life for Upstate residents today and as the region continues to grow.