Greenville Tech Foundation elects officers and adds board members

The Greenville Tech Foundation is a non-profit governed by a board of directors comprised of recognized leaders in business, industry, and the professions. New officers for 2021 have been announced for the organization. Stacy Brandon of Bank of America is chair, Luke Hardaway of Fluor is vice chair, Michael Cinquemani of Master Power Transmission is treasurer, Brian Rogers, bank executive, is secretary, and Will Huss of Trehel Corporation is immediate past chair.

Brandon is Bank of America’s Upstate South Carolina market president and a senior relationship manager in the Global Commercial Bank. As the bank’s leader in the Upstate, she helps to meet the financial needs of individuals, families and businesses by connecting them to the right resources within Bank of America.

Hardaway is manager of human resources, business development and strategy at Fluor Corp. A graduate of The Citadel, Hardaway has been with Fluor since 2010, serving as contracts administrator, military recruiting specialist, and human resources supervisor before moving into his current position.

Owner, CEO, and president of Master Power Transmission since 2010, Cinquemani has built the company’s reputation for producing high-quality, durable gear reducers that offer torque, performance, and reliability.

Rogers has spent the vast majority of his career in commercial banking. He is currently serving his second three-year term on the Greenville Tech Foundation board.

New members were added to the board serving three-year terms from 2021 to 2023. Kimberly Bailey is a senior project manager with Brasfield-Gorrie, Kay Hill is a managing director/shareholder with Furman Capital, Tavia Gaddy is a project manager with Greenville Area Development Corporation, Jenna Hendricks is employed with the solicitor’s office and the Hendricks Family Foundation, and Steve Smith is managing director of South Carolina, CBRE.

Established in 1973, The Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc. ensures that the college is able to provide a quality education at modest costs and to reduce financial barriers to higher education. The foundation provides financial support to Greenville Technical College and its students beyond that which can be obtained from state and local funding sources.

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