Leadership Team

The BOOST Advisory Council Members and Staff work together to strategically plan and carry out the mission of BOOST to create a network of providers and community partners committed to offering K-12 youth more and better learning opportunities beyond the school day.

Advisory Council Members

Nancy CallahanNancyCallahan.jpg

Nancy Callahan is the Recreation Division Director for Greenville County Parks, Recreation, and Tourism.  She oversees a variety of county programming efforts including after-school programs, summer day camps, special events, therapeutic recreation, athletic programs, sports tourism, and Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center.  A graduate of Clemson University’s Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Department, she has been in the business of helping people make the most of their leisure time for over 30 years.  She is also on the Board of Directors for the Carolina Elite Soccer Academy and has served on various committees with the United Way of Greenville, LiveWell Greenville, Greenville CAN, and the South Carolina Recreation and Parks Association.

CEPL_Riley_009__2_.jpgCathy Stevens, Program Director, White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship, The Riley Institute

Cathy has been the Program Director for the White-Riley-Peterson Policy Fellowship since 2012. Cathy also assists in developing the overall strategic direction for the Center for Education Policy and Leadership and recently led an effort to gain state support and approval for a new teaching credential in project-based learning. She also regularly presents at the Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative. From 2005 to 2007, she helped manage the Riley Institute’s Hewlett Foundation financed research project on public education, the most comprehensive systematic study of public education ever done in South Carolina. She has served on the advisory committee for BOOST since 2014. She has a B.A. from Furman and an M.Ed from Clemson University.

Daniel Mauldin, Elliott Davis Decosimo

Daniel is a certified public accountant and audit manager at Elliott Davis Decosimo, LLC. He has more than six years of public accounting experience and focuses on providing assurance services to financial institutions, SEC registrants, and private equity investment entities. Daniel is a graduate of Clemson University completing his undergraduate work in 2009 and graduate degree in 2010.  He is married to Jenna Mauldin who is a Greenville County School District teacher at Travelers Rest High School. Daniel and Jenna welcomed their first child Sophia in the summer of 2016. Daniel is an avid golfer and enjoys traveling and attending sporting events with his family.

morrisonfair.jpgGlenda Morrison-Fair, Greenville County School Board

Glenda Morrison-Fair was elected to the board to represent Area 23. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Math from Hampton University and a teaching certificate from Park University. Mrs. Morrison-Fair has received the Milken Award and is a life time member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

She is married to Kerry H.B. Fair, President of Chow Fair Co., Inc. a residential and real estate developer.   Mrs. Morrison-Fair has two daughters, two step-sons and 5 grand children.

Tamela.pngTamela Spann, Hollingsworth Funds

Tamela joined Hollingsworth Funds in October 2015. Tamela has more than twenty years of experience in philanthropy, government affairs, community outreach and teaching. She has worked for the Spartanburg County Foundation, the United Way of Greenville County, and most recently for the Mary Black Foundation as Program Specialist for Early Childhood Development. While there, Tamela was responsible for developing and implementing effective grantmaking strategies to extend the impact of the Foundation’s investments. She is a Board member of the Upstate Housing Network and is very active in her church. She is a graduate of University of South Carolina at Spartanburg with a master of education degree from Converse College.

Stephanstephaniemeek.jpgie Meek, Greenville County Schools

Stephanie works as a Project Specialist in Academic Innovation for the Greenville County School District where she oversees several extended day and summer programs. She has held other specialist positions within the district as well as elementary teaching positions. She graduated from Clemson University in 2000 with her bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and a minor in Early Intervention. She went on to earn her Master's degree in Divergent Learning from Columbia College in South Carolina. Stephanie has twin, five-year-old boys and a cocker spaniel. She loves spending time with family and friends. 

Cheryl Smith Wiggins, Fluor FoundationCheryl_Smith_Head_Shot_for_upload.jpg

Bio coming soon.


Brad Cuttino, City of Greenville Parks and Recreation

Bio coming soon.



Kamilah Staggers, Interim Director

For the past eight years, Kamilah Staggers has been deeply involved in bringing learning experiences for children and youth beyond the classroom. She has served in various youth development roles including directing youth programs at Pleasant Valley Connection and developing evidence based programs for middle and high school youth. In her current role as the BOOST Interim Director, Kamilah works with schools, businesses, libraries and many community-based organizations to develop and promote quality programming that supports young people as they strive to recognize and achieve their greatest potential.

Kamilah’s after-school experience as a child with a neighborhood teacher inspired her love for education and civic engagement. As a two-time cancer survivor, she enjoys volunteering with other survivors and spreading awareness on speaking tours and exhibitions throughout the Upstate. Kamilah holds a credential in Early Childhood Education, a bachelor's and master’s degree in Business Administration and is currently pursuing a second master’s in Youth Development Leadership at Clemson University.‚Äč