On Wednesday, Christian Learning Centers of Greenville County (CLC) and its Board of directors announced that Stan Tzouvelekas, of RealtyLink, will be the nonprofit board’s new chairman. Tzouvelekas begins a new term following former chairman, Kevin Brady, partner at Guest and Brady Attorneys at Law. Stan has served on the CLC board since 2016.
“The team and board at Christian Learning Centers are absolutely thrilled to have Mr. Tzouvelekas as our new chairman,” said Janice Butler, Executive Founding Director at CLC. “Stan’s heart for spreading the Gospel to students through Released-Time Education, the wisdom he has provided as a board member and his servant leadership confidently solidified our decision. We are excited to see how the Lord is going to use and grow each of us in the coming months and years under his leadership.”
Tzouvelekas has also been newly elected as the Republican nominee running to serve on Greenville County Council for District 22. A Greenville native, Tzouvelekas, works in Land Acquisitions and Sales at RealtyLink. He and his wife, Kelly have two daughters, Carolina and Eva Kelly. They attend Grace Church at the Pelham campus.
“I am absolutely humbled and honored to be the new chairman for CLC,” said Tzouvelekas. “These are unprecedented times we are facing as a nonprofit, but one thing is certain—God is in control. He is leading us and growing us as individuals and as an organization through this pandemic. I am excited to see what He is going to do and how He is going to use CLC for His glory.”