04 Aug One80 Place Has a New Board Chair
One80 Place’s Board of Directors elects Scott D. Adams FY 2016-2017 chair
Charleston, SC, August 4, 2016, One80 Place announced today Scott D. Adams will serve as chair of One80 Place’s Board of Directors.
Scott has been serving on One80 Place’s Board of Directors for five years. An alum of the College of Charleston, Scott has had an extensive career in real estate, enjoying a successful tenure at Faison before founding AdamsMoseley Properties (with Bill Moseley). His achievements have continued with the founding of Adams & Wilson Development, where Scott counsels clients such as Whole Foods and Starbucks, as well as develops sites for CVS Pharmacy.
“Scott’s dedication to our mission is strong. He has the leadership and vision to continue moving the organization forward,” said Stacey Denaux, CEO of One80 Place.
Scott is succeeding Paul Kohlheim as chair. Paul will continue to serve on the board of directors as Immediate Past Chair. Scott’s term leading the board will include some new members. They are Ernie Cochran (K&L Gates Law Firm), Herbert Drayton (Vertical Holdings, LLC), Geno Paluso (The Citadel), Colleen Troy (TouchPoint Communications), and Jerome Taylor (City of Charleston Police Department).
Full Board List
Scott Adams, Adams & Wilson Development
Aaron Brewer, TD Bank
Jim Chickarello, Legend Oaks Golf & Tennis Club
Ernie Cochran, K&L Gates Law Firm
Stacey Denaux, One80 Place
Mark Dickson, Roper St. Francis Healthcare
Herbert Drayton, Vertical Holdings, LLC
George Hartley, Community Leader
Scott Kester, Community Leader
Paul Kohlheim, Community Leader
Danny Massie, First Scots Presbyterian Church (retired)
Geno Paluso, The Citadel
Anne Surrett, Wells Fargo Private Bank
Jerome Taylor, City of Charleston Police Department
Colleen Troy, TouchPoint Communications
Owen Tyler, The Cassina Group, LLC
Dorie Wallace, Blackbaud
About One80 Place
One80 Place is the largest provider of comprehensive services to homeless people in South Carolina. Headquartered in Charleston with offices in Columbia, One80 Place serves more than 1,300 individuals annually, helping them end their homelessness. Founded in 1984, One80 Place continues to provide daily community meals and shelter, and over the years, has enhanced its facility and services to offer legal, healthcare and employment resources for individuals, families and Veterans. To learn more about One80 Place, visit one80place.org/.
Marco A. Corona