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November 3, 2017
The Piedmont Technical College Foundation has named several new board members for the coming year. They are Mamie Banks of McCormick County, and Dan Martins and Jamie McClain of Greenwood County.
Banks worked for McCormick County Schools for 49 years, serving as a teacher, assistant principals for McCormick Middle School and director of Adult Education. She holds a bachelor’s degree from South Carolina State University and a master’s degree from Clemson University. She is a member of McCormick County Community Relations Council, NEA, SC Education Association, Mims Community Center, NAACP, Iota Upsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Woman's Home Aide Society. Banks and her husband, Henry, have five children and eight grandchildren.
Martins serves as plant manager for Teijin Holdings in Greenwood. He holds a bachelor’s degree in ceramic engineering from Clemson University and an MBA from the University of South Carolina. He currently is a member of the Greenwood LEPC (Local Emergency Preparedness Committee and the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce and previously served as chairperson of the Greenwood Partnership Alliance and campaign co-chair for Greenwood United Way. Martins and his wife, Beth, have two children, Brian and Lauren.
McClain is the finance director for Capsugel in Greenwood. He served on the United Way 2017 Investment Volunteer Committee and participated on Capsugel's Dance Team in "Dancing with Greenwood Stars" to support Beyond Abuse. McClain is an active member of Brookwood Church in Simpsonville.
Photo Caption: The Piedmont Technical College Foundation has named three new board members for the coming year. Pictured are, from left, Jamie McClain, representing Greenwood County, Mamie Banks, representing McCormick County and Dan Martins, representing Greenwood County.