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 now 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. Dan is a resident of the Greater Sullivan community where he is an active member of the Long Branch Baptist Church. He also serves on boards for New Horizons Family Health Services, JustFaith Ministries, Community Works, and Habitat for Humanity Greenville County. Dan is passionate about youth and community development while enjoying his weekends playing tennis and exploring unfamiliar places. Contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Megan Baxter, Farm Director
Megan moved to Greenville in 2015 from Vermont where she managed a 40 acre organic small fruit, vegetable, cut flower and bedding plant operation. Through 15 years of hands-on experience Megan became an expert in farm management, sustainable production and post-harvest handling processes. She believes deeply in the importance of good, local food and it’s connection to healthy living. Megan loves teaching and loves sharing her knowledge with youth at Mill Village Farms. Megan oversees Mill Village Farms’ multiple operations and works to establish lasting systems of productive growth. Megan lives in Travelers Rest where she enjoys tending her own small garden. She is passionate about health and wellness and also teaches fitness classes in Greenville. Megan loves exploring everything Greenville has to offer, especially its wonderful food scene and beautiful parks. Contact Megan at Megan@millcommunity.org
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. Contact Sherry at email@example.com.
Stella Huey, Youth Programs 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. She works with our youth development programs while parting with United Way of Greenville County. Contact Stella at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mary Stone, Farm Assistant
Contact Mary at Mary@millcommunity.org