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Habitat Greenville launches 2024 CEO Build

GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Upstate’s biggest annual gathering of community and business leaders united for the purpose of supporting affordable housing kicked-off Tuesday morning at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

The annual Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County CEO Build brings together a diverse group of leaders who pledge company funding and staff volunteer hours to help build the project house. They also work on-site personally during construction alongside their own team members, community volunteers and future Habitat families, to broaden their perspectives on issues of importance to our community.

CEO Build members for 2024 include: Scott Weaver of Carolina Foothills Federal Credit Union; Jane Harrison Fisher, chairwoman of the 2024 CEO Build as well as Chief Operating Officer with Coldwell Banker Caine; Bob Morris of the Community Foundation of Greenville; John Boyanoski of  Complete PR; Stephen Davis of Davis and Floyd; Phil Howard of Ethox Chemicals; Chris Bailey of Greater Greenville Association of Realtors; Tommy Jenkins of Greenville Maintenance Services; Dr. Keith Miller of Greenville Technical College; Seabrook Marchant of Marchant Real Estate; Kerri Paulino of Meritage Homes; Hank McCullough of Piedmont Natural Gas; Josh Covington of QLM and Southern Harmony; Brian McKay of Spero Financial; Steve Spinks of Spinx; Randall Bentley of Lee & Associates; Chris Heard of Sage Automotive; Ben Settle of Arcisan Design; David Lominack of TD Bank; Randy Hunter of Terminix; Delisa English of The Blood Connection; Steve Magruder of Warehouse Services; Kirsten Zinkann of Kirsten Zinkann  Real Estate; Mike Coggins of South State Bank; Douglas Deitz of The Reynolds Company; Walmart Distribution; and John Castile of the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority.

As part of Tuesday’s kickoff, the CEOs and Habitat staff built the first walls that were then driven via flatbed truck to the project house at 115 Sturtevant Street in the Bramlett community off of White Horse Road. 

About Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County:

Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County opened its doors in 1985 to bring families, community partners, and volunteers together to construct affordable, energy-efficient homes that help families build strength, stability, and self-reliance. As of May 2023, Habitat Greenville has completed the construction of 405 homes. Habitat Greenville received the 2017 Builder of the Year award from EarthCraft, and in recognition of financial health, accountability, and transparency, maintain a 4-Star Charity status by Charity Navigator. Habitat Greenville ReStores are located at 3033 Wade Hampton Boulevard, and 1818 Woodruff Road. Call 864-312-5016 for free donation pickups.


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