RMHC Charleston announces four new board members

August 29, 2017

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston announces the appointment of four new members of its Board of Directors.

Joining the Board of Directors are Robert Crews, Lisa Quadrini, Felicia Preston and Barbara Kraemer.

“We are strengthened in our commitment to our mission and our future goals by welcoming four new diverse members to our Board of Directors,” said ‘KP’ Papadimitriou, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston.

Robert Crews, owner of Crews Chevrolet and Crews Subaru of Charleston, graduated from Randolph Macon College and received his MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has made Charleston his home since the early 80’s. Robert and his wife Kelley have four children.

Lisa Quadrini, CFP® is a Senior Financial Advisor and Senior Vice President of Investments at Wells Fargo Advisors.  She holds a BS in Accounting from Syracuse University and a MBA in Finance from the University of Hartford.

Felicia Preston is a business litigator, at Nexsen Pruet, who helps clients navigate challenges related to commercial litigation, property, construction and Title IX issues. Preston, a graduate cum laude from Clemson University with a B.A. also graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law.

Barbara Kraemer, a graduate of Temple University, lived in the Philadelphia area for many years with her husband and 6 children before moving to Daniel Island in 2006. Charitable service has always been a very important part of her life and she has focused on fundraising for the Ronald McDonald House through many different events.


The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Charleston is a 32 bedroom home where families stay while their children undergo extensive medical treatment. Within our walls, parents and children lead a life as normal as possible during their traumatic times without the financial burden of costly hotel, food and travel expenses.

The mission of RMHC Charleston is to create compassionate environments and programs that provide families the best chance of success in caring for their child with complex medical needs.