GREENVILLE, S.C. – LaTonya Phillips is the new board chair for Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County, and will help guide the agency as it continues to work to provide affordable housing in our community.
In addition, the Habitat Greenville Board has added three new board members: Beth Paul, General Manager of the Bon Secours Wellness Arena; Sam Erwin, Mid Atlantic Regional President for First Horizon Bank, and David Mitchell, President and CEO of Talent Management Solutions, said Monroe Free, President and CEO of Habitat Greenville.
A Clinical Applications Specialist with Agfa Healthcare, Phillips has served on the Habitat Greenville board for the past three years.
“The Greenville community is rapidly changing, and we all know the challenges we all face when it comes to creating affordable housing amidst rising construction costs,” Free said. “LaTonya’s leadership and these three amazing new board members will help us meet those challenges.”
About Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County:
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County opened its doors in 1985 to bring families, community partners, and volunteers together to construct affordable, energy-efficient homes that help families build strength, stability, and self-reliance. As of May 2023, Habitat Greenville has completed the construction of 405 homes. Habitat Greenville received the 2017 Builder of the Year award from EarthCraft, and in recognition of financial health, accountability, and transparency, maintain a 4-Star Charity status by Charity Navigator. Habitat Greenville ReStores are located at 3033 Wade Hampton Boulevard in Taylors and 1818 Woodruff Rd., Greenville, SC 29607. Call 864-312-5016 for free donation pickups.
Learn more at www.habitatgreenville.org.
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