Kim Pitman has been the Executive Director of the Greenville Humane Society since December 2007. Prior to joining the humane society, she was Vice President of Marketing for GE Financial in Richmond, Virginia, managing the marketing department for a $3 Billion division with 150 employees.
Kim is a graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College with a BA in Political Science and a minor in Business and Economics. At R-MWC, Kim served as Student Body President. Kim grew up in Spartanburg, SC and graduated from Spartanburg High School.
When Kim is not hanging out with the 200 animals who call the Greenville Humane Society home, she enjoys working in her vegetable garden and exploring the beautiful state parks with her dogs Grady, Hitch and Scout who were all adopted from the Greenville Humane Society.
Dr. Grisham majored in pre-veterinary medicine at Berry College and graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Grisham spent 5 years in private practice before becoming the Medical Director of the Greenville Humane Society. She and her husband, Matt, have two children, two dogs that they adopted from the Greenville Humane Society, and one three-legged stray. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, South Carolina Association of Veterinarians, Greater Greenville Veterinary Medicine Association, and the Association of Shelter Veterinarians.
Sharon received her undergraduate degree in Accounting from Furman University. But her true love is for animals, with a special passion for cats. She has worked at the Greenville Humane Society for over 20 years. She is currently the Business Operations Manager which is a position that encompasses the overall operations of the humane society, and Accounting and HR functions.
Sharon is married and has two great kids. She currently has an awesome cat, and a golden retriever , all of whom were adopted from GHS. Most recently, she added another bundle of fur to her family—Oreo, a vivacious Shih Tzu & proud GHS Foster Program graduate.
A transplant from Ontario, Canada, Kelly began volunteering as an adult dog walker shortly after adopting her first dog from GHS. As one of our most knowledgeable and dedicated volunteers, she started as an Adoption Counselor nearly a year later and was later promoted to Adoption Manager and then Operations Manager. Kelly enjoys spending her spare time with her husband and their dogs and riding their horses.
Rhonda walked into GHS over 13 years ago, asked if they were hiring and left 10 minutes later with instructions to start work the next day. Although she has found her passion in the Admissions department, she also enjoyed roles as Dispatcher for Animal Control, Humane Education Manager and Volunteer Director. She and her husband, Chad, met at GHS and were married in the GHS courtyard. They share their home with two German Shepherds, a Collie, a Blue Heeler, a Bengal cat and lots of Parrotlets and Finches.
Bonnie Wallin joined the Greenville Humane Society after a long career as an educator in the business world and with Greenville County Schools. she also taught science lessons at Roper Mountain Science Center for 7 years while earning her Masters in teaching. As a volunteer, she has been a PTA president, a member of several School Improvement Councils, a founder of the Mauldin High School Booster Club, and a Sunday School teacher. Her three grown children and husband have to compete for attention with her two lovable rescue mutts, Cassie and Sam. In her position as Director of Humane Education, Bonnie is responsible for the development and delivery of our humane education curriculum.
Elizabeth grew up in Maryland but fell in love with the Upstate while attending Clemson University. She earned a BA and MEd in education and history. After teaching middle school, she changed career paths to work in philanthropy. Elizabeth has worked at Clemson University, the University of Mississippi and the YMCA of Greenville. She now serves as Director of Development for the Greenville Humane Society.
When Elizabeth is not at work, you can find her volunteering at local farms, riding horses and traveling. She serves on the Friends of the Reedy River board and is a Solemate for Girls on the Run. Elizabeth has two pets, Mr. Grigsby and Roo and usually has a foster kitten or two.
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