Ten at the Top is pleased to announce the addition of 20 new board members for the 2020-2022 term. Many of them (pictured at right) participated in the TATT New Board Member orientation on January 27th. They join existing members to form the governing board for the 10-county non-profit organization.

    New Members to the TATT board are:

    Justin Benfield, CEO, Prisma Health Laurens County Hospital

    Derham Cole, Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration, USC Upstate

    Dr. Galen DeHay, Preisdent, Tri-County Technical College

    Jeff Field, Executive Director, Laurens County Water & Sewer Commission

    David Hammond, Marketing Specialist, Laurens Electric Cooperative

    Dr. Eli Hestermann, Executive Dir., Furman University Institute for the Advancement of Community Health

    Missy House, City Administrator, City of Inman

    Heather Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Greenwood Partnership Alliance

    Mustan Kapasi, President, Kapasi Glass

    Kyra Lobbins, Associate Deputy Chief of Staff, Clemson University

    Mark McKinney, General Manager, Cintas Corporation

    Adela Mendoza, President & CEO, Hispanic Alliance

    Amanda Munyan, President, Laurens County Chamber of Commerce

    Michael Nail, Attorney, Ogletree, Deakins Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

    Carlos Phillips, President & CEO, Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce

    Tim Self, Executive Director, AnMed Health Foundation

    Allen Smith, President & CEO, Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce

    Annie Smith, Marketing & Development Director, USC Union

    Wendy Walden, Associate Vice President for Executive Affairs, Greenville Technical College

    John Wright Jr., Principal, McCoy Wright Commercial Real Estate

    The TATT Board of Directors is composed of public, private and civic leaders from across the 10-county Upstate region. TATT board members are charged with representing the region and their community in fostering trust and collaboration across the region on issues of regional significance, serving as an advocate for regional thinking within their specific city or county, assisting TATT in engaging elected officials, business and community leaders, and supporting general organizational functions.