Typically at the end of a season at Glow, we’re able to reflect on all the incredible individuals that help our visions to become a reality. From our actors, our technicians, our sponsors, and our audience members, there are so many people responsible for helping Glow to create and build on our success.
But with the start of our 2018 season, we already can’t help but brag about Glow’s executive board, who is already working above and beyond their call of duty to create new opportunities for us in our Demand the Right to Dream season! Below you can get to know the incredible individuals working so hard not just for Glow, but for Greenville as well!
Gene Conroy Glow Board President and Local Arts Legend!
At the head of Glow’s board is local legend Gene Conroy, who is currently serving on a number of Upstate boards, notably as a an advisor for Upstate International (a close partner of Glow). Gene also previously served as the executive director of the Spartanburg Ballet, as well as an administrator at the Atlanta Ballet. Gene’s dedication to the arts and history of producing classical and contemporary works is a key to Glow’s success!
Tammy Moore Glow Board Vice President and Greenville Force for Good!
Tammy Moore is an Upstate force for good, working and organizing with non-profits including Meals on Wheels, the South Carolina Election Commission, the United Ministries Adult Education Program, the American Cancer Society, and the South Greenville Community Backpack Program. She helps promote the arts as a Peacekeeper at the Peace Center and also served as the Jr. Chief of Operations Officer for MLK Dream Weekend. At Glow Tammy is key to securing sponsorships and new community allies, bringing her incredible connections to Glow to create meaningful partnerships throughout the Greenville Community!
Kevin Kirtley Glow Treasurer and Business Expert!
Kevin Kirtley is a Glow board veteran, offering his business and financial expertise as a guiding light! Along with his important advisory to Glow, Kevin also serves on the board of director for the Greenville Children’s Museum, and acts as a similar force for the Community at GE where he serves as the United Way of Greenville Campaign Chairman, the March of Dimes Chairman, and the Fostering Great Ideas Fundraising Champion.
Jenna Tamisiea Glow Board Secretary and Company Wonder Woman!
When she’s not busy directing shows across the South East, or producing Glow’s very own season, legendary co-founder and artistic director Jenna Tamisiea also serves on our boards secretary! Here she brings her unique outlook on varying production techniques from her time directing at organizations such as Converse College, The Warehouse Theatre, and of course, gives our board all the insight needed for our own productions!
Also serving on this years board are Glow performer and GUUF organizer Steve Compton, local arts lover and former museum curator Craig Ayliffe, Shannon Forest Fine Arts Director Ashley King, and local Upstate lawyer and musician Ted Gentry. To reach out to any of our incredible team of board members you can send an email to email@example.com to their attention.