Ten at the Top welcomes new board Mmembers

March 4, 2024

Ten at the Top announced the addition of twelve new board members for the 2024-2025 term. The new members participated in the TATT New Board Member orientation session that was held on January 24, with a make-up session held on February 27. These new members join existing members to form the governing board for the 10-county non-profit organization.

New Members to the TATT Board are:

  • Dr. Gail Awan, Urban League of the Upstate
  • Noah Beason, Cherokee County Development Board
  • Johnnie-Lynn Crosby, Transfr Inc.
  • Kevin Greene, Trehel Corporation
  • Kelly Gregory, Riley Institute at Furman University
  • Robert Halfacre, City of Clemson
  • Rivers Hughes, Hughes Investments
  • Ceej Jefferson, Oak & Ave Property Group
  • Grayson Kelly, Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative
  • Julia Levi, Carolina Transportation Engineers & Associates
  • Dari McBride, Oconee County Chamber of Commerce
  • Camille Reams, Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina

The TATT Board of Directors is composed of public, private and civic leaders from across the 10-county Upstate region. TATT board members are charged with representing the region and their community in fostering trust and collaboration across the region on issues of regional significance, serving as an advocate for regional thinking within their specific city or county, assisting TATT in engaging elected officials, business and community leaders, and supporting general organizational functions.


 About Ten at the Top

Comprised of public, private and civic leaders from across the ten-county Upstate South Carolina Region, Ten at the Top was created to connect 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 and quality of life for Upstate residents both today and as the region continues to grow. For more information, visit www.tenatthetop.org.