Meet Our Team
2023 Board Members
- Emma Barksdale, Chairman
- Russell Shepherd, Vice-Chairman
- Rainy Hoeft, CPA, CIA, Treasurer
- Jimmy Buddenberg, Secretary
- Anne Lee Buck
- Amy Ryberg Doyle
- Howie Houston
- Diana Jahries
- Lisa Landreth
- Lucas Marchant
- Anna Mills
- Lauren Price
- Laurie Theriot Roley
- Andrea Stegall
Catriona joined the Meals on Wheels team in 2009. As the Executive Director, she manages the staff and works alongside our Board of Directors and the Leadership Team to implement strategic planning and oversee the budget. Catriona has previously worked with Bon Secours St. Francis Health System’s Foundation and the American Heart Association.
With 20 years of experience, Nichola combines compassion for our clients and a knowledge of the food service industry as the Director of Client and Nutrition Services. She oversees menu development, food production and safety, and quality control. She also supervises client management, and is a liaison to the healthcare industry.
With 15 years of experience working in the non-profit industry, Muriel serves as the Director of Volunteers & Community Engagements. She works hand in hand with Meals on Wheels volunteers and specializes in volunteer recruitment and retention, oversees daily operations of the Volunteer Services Department, as well as assists in representing Meals on Wheels throughout the community.
With over 12 years of non-profit experience, Jamie serves as the Director of Development. She has a passion for creating engaging development strategies, executing successful events, expanding programs, and community giving. Jamie oversees the Development team as well as leads and coordinates all efforts to raise funds through sponsorships, grants, direct mail, and individual giving. She also assists in representing Meals on Wheels of Greenville throughout the community.
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