Homeless No More announces New Board Members

Columbia, S.C. (July 2, 2019) - Homeless No More is delighted to welcome five new members to its FY2019 Board of Directors. Joining the board are Marti Bluestein of Bluestein Attorneys, Mary Boyd, Community Volunteer, Bryant Davis of Richland County Department of Government and Community Services, Mark Stuckey of InterMark Management, and Joe Wilczewski of Boyd Management, Inc.

Sarena Burch, retired Senior Vice President at SCANA Corporation, will serve as President of the Board. Barrie Kirk, Vice President for Corporate and Continuing Education and Economic Development of Midlands College, will serve as Vice President. David Kirkpatrick, Senior Vice President/Portfolio Manager at South State Bank will continue to serve as Treasurer and Marti Bluestein will serve as Secretary.

As a token of appreciation for his passion to end homelessness and for serving as the Board’s Immediate Past President, Mike Miller, Vice President of Sales Compensation and Shared Service at Colonial Life, was presented with a “thank you” gift presented by Board Members, staff, and summer camp children.

“Homeless No More’s Board of Directors is a talented group of individuals,” stated Lila Anna Sauls, President & CEO of Homeless No More. “We look forward to the unique perspectives, expertise, and dedication the new and current members will bring to our organization and, most importantly, their support of continuing the fight to end family homelessness.”

Visit www.homelessnomoresc.org/boardofdirectors to view full list of Homeless No More’s Board of Directors.

About Homeless No More
Homeless No More is a 501(c)(3) that works to support homeless and at-risk families through services and environments that help maximize their potential and move them toward independent living.

For more information about the Foundation, visit www.HomelessNoMoreSC.org or call 803.602.6379.


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