Meet Our Team
2019 Board Members
- David Sudduth, Chairman
- Johnny Wentzell, Vice-Chairman
- Howie Houston, Secretary/Treasurer
- Laura Hodge
- Emma Barksdale
- Sandie Boyd
- Bobby Browning
- Jim Fayssoux
- Karen Leonard
- Lucas Marchant
- Brad Medcalf
- Richard Muncaster
- David Smith
- 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.
Amanda serves as Director of Development for Meals on Wheels of Greenville. She oversees direct mail and special events, as well as grant writing and major gift solicitation. Formerly, as Executive Director of The Greenville Zoo Foundation, Amanda led fundraising and advocacy programs to support the Zoo’s Master Plan.
Denise brings over 15 years of management experience to her role as the Director of Projects and Facilities. She is responsible for managing facilities, including the physical facility as well as the operating system and all vendors. She also manages a team of paid drivers and assists the Executive Director with strategic objectives.
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.
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