Lili Coleman of Hilton Head Island has been appointed the interim part-time executive director for Meals on Wheels of Bluffton and Hilton Head.
In the upcoming months, the new leadership team, which includes Coleman and board executive members, will establish organizational-wide goals, working with the two current staff members, and the other board members. Their goal is to establish standards for the nonprofit’s future growth and sustainability.
Coleman will also lead the increased efforts in marketing and fundraising.
Formerly the executive director for Bluffton Self Help and Second Helpings, Coleman has experience in nonprofit, retail marketing, corporate communication, internal and external communication and public relations.
Meals on Wheels Bluffton-Hilton Head, a United Way agency, relies on the dedication of volunteers to deliver a hot, nutritious meal every weekday, 52 weeks a year, even on holidays. Their clients include anyone in the Bluffton-Hilton Head area, including Sun City, needing assistance with meals – whether temporary or long-term. Their expanding delivery area includes parts of Jasper County.
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• Tami Bream has been appointed as president of Equity Payment, a merchant processing company. Bream previously served as vice president and chief operating officer and will keep the title of COO.
An experienced leader in business, service, and fundraising, Bream has been an integral part of Equity Payment since 2006, when CEO Harry Morales started the company.
Bream graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s University in 1985 and worked in finance and human resources before joining Equity Payment. She also served as executive director for Angel Flight East, responsible for the operations of the nonprofit that coordinated free air travel for families in need of financial and medical assistance.
Bream is also one of fewer than 10 certified payment professionals in South Carolina and has worked with clients in a variety of industries. She has also served as chairperson for the annual Hilton Head Island Wine & Food Festival.
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Michal Anderson, district manager, sales, recently was named to the 2021 President’s Circle for Cambria, a producer of American-made quartz surfaces.
Individuals are selected because of their superior performance, dedication to excellence, and diligent work.
Anderson has been with Cambria for six years. This is her third time being named to the President’s Circle. She was previously selected in 2019 and 2020.
Anderson was also recently promoted into a leadership role in her market. She earned an MBA from Georgia Southern University in 2010 and received a Bachelor of Science degree from the same college in 2007. Anderson lives in Bluffton, and outside of work, she serves with the local chapter of the Home Builders Association.
She also serves with Professional Women in the Building of the Lowcountry. The group strives to promote, enhance, and support professional women in the building industry.