Dan Weidenbenner, Executive Director
Dan moved to Greenville in 2007 via Furman University where he studied Psychology. After growing up in South Florida, he is proud to call Greenville home. Dan launched Mill Village Farms in 2012 and serves as the executive director of Mill Village Farms and the parent organization, Mill Community Ministries that leads a variety of community development enterprises largely on Greenville’s westside. Dan is a resident of the Greater Sullivan community where he is a member of the Long Branch Baptist Church and of his local neighborhood association. He also serves on boards for New Horizons Family Health Services, Greenville Housing Fund, CommunityWorks, and Habitat for Humanity Greenville County. Dan is passionate about youth and community development while enjoying his
weekends traveling with his beautiful wife, Jenny.
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Sherry Taylor, Operations Director
Sherry is a native Greenvillian and has also lived in Seattle and Atlanta. She and her husband Jeff returned to Greenville in 1998 knowing Greenville was a great place to raise their daughters - Lauren and Samantha. She enjoys being involved in her community and loves interacting with people so helping volunteers find the right place to get engaged makes Sherry a natural fit as Mill Village Farms' Volunteer Coordinator. Sherry is a ’87 Furman Grad with a major in Business Admin. In her role at Mill Village Farms and Mill Community Ministries, she draws on experience gained while working at Grace Church, Turner Broadcasting, and for her hubby Jeff when he owned a Chick-fil-A.
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Stella Huey, Program Director
Stella is a Greenville native and graduated from Wade Hampton High School. Following, she attend Clemson University where she pursued her interest in conservation by completing a degree in Environmental and Natural Resources in 2016. She has since moved back to Greenville to serve as an AmeriCorps Upstate Member with Mill Village Farms. After she completed two years of service with AmeriCorps, she now works with our youth development program.
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Courtney Watson, FoodShare Director
Courtney is a transplant to Greenville, from Cleveland, Ohio making a 4-year stop at Illinois Wesleyan University to graduate with a degree in Marketing and Political Science. She is a passionate pursuer of goodness and hopes to contribute to positive growth in her community. She serves Mill Village Farms as the FoodShare Coordinator, building relationships with local partners centered on food accessibility. On the weekend, you'll find her watching Top Chef, reading Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood books with her daughter, and cheering for any number of Ohio-based sports teams (or the Miami Dolphins if her husband is around).
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Katie Schmidt, FoodHub Manager
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Grace Bridger, AmeriCorps Member
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Katarin Lopez, Operations Assistant
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Phill Mathis, Farm Director
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