Caroline is a 1997 graduate of Clemson University with a BS in Parks Recreation & Tourism Management. Caroline has been with Greer Relief since 2007 and has over 18 years of non-profit administration. She helped establish the Greater Greer Non-Profit Roundtable to strengthen and support the nonprofit sector of the Greater Greer Area through collaboration. Caroline is a graduate of Francis Marion University Non-Profit Leadership Institute and Leadership Greer Class XXIX. She is the recipient of the 2012 Greer Police Department, Citizen’s Award and later that same year the Sertoma Club of Greer “Service to Mankind Award.” Caroline continues to coordinate the Greater Greer Non-Profit Roundtable, serves as 2nd Vice President of the Greer Centennial Club., and is an Associate of Beth Templeton of Our Eyes Were Opened.
Caroline has been married to Charles since 1998 years and have two teenage boys, Liam & James.
Bill has been an active supporter of Greer Relief since he participated in the Leadership Greer Class XXV in 2005. He quickly secured a position on the Greer Relief Board of Directors and served until 2007. Bill was born in Fayetteville, NC, but has lived in the Upstate since 1974. He comes to Greer Relief with 40+ years in banking. He was also the 2013 Chairman of the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce and still serves on their Board of Directors. He has been an active member of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church serving as Elder and Treasurer, among other duties.
Bill has been married to Karen for 25 years, and they are the proud parents of Chris and Jayson—and are new grandparents to baby Jude.
Donation & Volunteer Coordinator
Evan was born and raised in Camden, South Carolina. She graduated from the University of Georgia with degrees in English and Journalism, and recently earned her masters in Public Administration at Clemson University. During her time at Clemson she interned with Anderson Interfaith Ministries and solidified her desire to serve with nonprofit organizations.
Evan started at Greer Relief as an AmeriCorps member, and when the opportunity to work for Greer Relief became available, Evan did not hesitate to accept.
Sheena was born and raised in the Greer area. She attended North Greenville College where she majored in business. Sheena started at Greer Relief in August of 2007 as the Intake Coordinator. After enjoying that role for two years, Sheena earned the position of Case Manager in November, 2009. “I love having the chance to serve those in need in the same neighborhood where I grew up,” she says.
Sheena has been married to Josh since 2005. They have two young children that keep them busy; a son, Miller and daughter, Karsen.
Dani joined the Greer Relief Team in February, 2016. She was born in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Greenville when she was 7. Dani graduated from Eastside High School and received an Associate of Applied Science in digital Filmmaking and Video Production from the Art Institute of Charlotte. She has Mexican and Salvadorian roots and is actively involved in her church. Dani was looking for an organization that could utilize her bi-lingual Spanish skills to help people.
Lily came to Greer Relief through the AmeriCorps VISTA program and the United Way of the Piedmont. She earned her B.A. in Communication and Public Relations with a minor in History. After earning her undergraduate degree, Lily went on to Illinois State University where she has taken graduate courses towards a M.S. in Communication. She is originally from Galesburg, Illinois but has quickly fallen in love with South Carolina. In her free time, Lily loves attending music concerts, traveling, and trying new foods.
Job came to Greer Relief through the AmeriCorps Member program and the United Way of the Piedmont. He earned his Bachelors from USC in Business Administration and Management. Prior to college he served in the Marine Corps as a Mechanic. He works full time at MGA Research company as a Test Technician and serves 20 hours a week at Greer Relief. Job enjoys his work the most when he is working with others; he prefers to work on a team because everyone has a common goal and can celebrate achievements together.
Michelle received her B.A. in Sociology from USC Upstate with a cognitive in Criminal Justice. After graduation Michelle knew that she wanted to give back to the community and help others. It has been her goal in life to wake up every morning and feel a sense of purpose. AmeriCorps and Greer Relief have given Michelle that opportunity. In her free time, Michelle likes to be spontaneous with her husband and enjoy the company of her kittens. Michelle also enjoys being creative, painting, and designing clothes.
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