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Ten at the Top names Kaylee Harrison Collective Capacity Coordinator

Ten at the Top (TATT) has announced the addition of Kaylee Harrison to the position of Collective Capacity Coordinator.

Her role will be to continue building the capacity of Ten at the Top’s task forces and working groups that have an ongoing focus on collaborating to address regional issues. Those groups include the Education Spectrum group, which is addressing the teacher shortage in South Carolina; the Senior Issues group, which is exploring issues around an important topic of growing concern as our population ages; the Entrepreneurial Support Providers Network, which is building an entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Upstate; and Connecting Our Future, an initiative focused on mobility and transportation.

Though not a native of Upstate SC, Harrison says she fell in love with the region while attending Clemson University. After graduating in 2014 with a degree in economics, she was thrilled to be presented with an opportunity to relocate to Greenville. Kaylee worked for several years at Canal Insurance Company, a local commercial insurance provider. When Ten at the Top began looking for a new Capacity Coordinator she jumped at the opening, eager to be a part of an organization that is successfully facilitating the collaboration of regional networks to tackle issues facing the Upstate.

“I was ready for a change of career and am so excited to have the opportunity to work with such a visionary organization. I was impressed with the impact Ten at the Top is having on the quality of life for residents in the Upstate and wanted to be a part of that effort,” Harrison said.

“Kaylee has been able to jump right in and become a valuable member of the Ten at the Top team in a short time,” said Dean Hybl, executive director of Ten at the Top.

 

About Ten at the Top

Ten at the Top (TATT) works with regional partners to foster collaboration and strategic planning to enhance the economic vitality, natural and cultural resources and quality of life for Upstate residents both today and as the region continues to grow. Comprised of public, private and civic leaders from across the ten-county Upstate South Carolina Region, Ten at the Top was created to build regional trust and encourage regional collaboration through data-driven research and regular convening of leaders and citizens to address key issues facing the region. Ten at the Top works with regional partners to foster collaboration and strategic planning to enhance the economic vitality, natural and cultural resources and quality of life for Upstate residents both today and as the region continues to grow. For more information, visit www.tenatthetop.org.