Daniel Boggs, CEO of Greater Greenville Housing and Revitalization Association, Inc. and Greater Greenville Development Foundation, Inc./Main Street Greenville (hereinafter referred to collectively as “Greater Greenville”), names Deanne New the organizations’ Marketing Coordinator.
“We are very excited to have Deanne join the Greater Greenville team. In this position, Deanne will help us expand our online presence which has become increasingly vital in serving our community in recent months. Her skill set, experience and knowledge will be great assets to our organization, and I look forward to working with her to further advance our mission and services.” Boggs said of the hire.
An alumnus of Mississippi State, Deanne comes to Greater Greenville from Regions Bank where she was Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager in Leland. “I am excited about the programs and events GGHRA and Main Street manage and am proud to be a part of their positive impacts on our community.”
Deanne and her husband Kris reside in Glen Allan. They have two children and are members of Glen Allan Methodist Church. Deanne is a board member for United Way Washington County and co-instructor for the WCEA’s Leadership Washington County program.
The Greater Greenville organizations are two independent 501(c)(3) non-profit corporations. The mission of Greater Greenville Housing and Revitalization Association, Inc. is to develop, provide and promote safe, affordable, and decent housing in conjunction with a focus on designing, researching, and/or promoting revitalization activities within Washington County. Main Street Greenville is a division of the Greater Greenville Development Foundation, Inc., which is dedicated to the preservation and economic redevelopment of downtown Greenville. Main Street is also the event organizer of the Delta Hot Tamale Festival, Fourth of July Fireworks Show, Greenville Farmers’ Market, and Greenville Christmas Parade. Combined, the programs of Greater Greenville greatly contribute to the economic vitality of the region.