DONOR SPOTLIGHT

Stand Up Meeting
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My Sister's House is honored to be guided by our esteemed Board of Directors. Their commitment to the stability and longevity of MSH is part of what makes us the Lowcountry leader in domestic violence survival. Their stewardship, partnership, and counsel continue to be integral to our agency’s strength and the success of the clients we serve.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
2021-2022

Elliotte Quinn IV, Esq.

Board Chair

Steinberg Law Firm

Chad Rhoad 

Immediate Past Board Chair 

The History Press

Natalie Caula Hauff 

Board Chair Elect

Charleston County Public Library

Don Smith 

Treasurer

Hendrick Automotive Group

 

Rock Amick 

Big Rock Wealth Management

 

Yakisha Bookard 

Atlas Technologies, Inc.

 

Larry Collett 

Charleston Leaders

Kim Collins

Blackbaud

 

Kim Driffin 

Pinnacle Financial Partners

 

Hon. Kristi Harrington (Ret.)

Kristi Harrington Dispute Resolution

&

Alterity ADR

 

Elizabeth Kane, PhD

Cupboard

 

Lana Kleiman, Esq. 

Charleston Legal Access

 

Renee Rivlin 

community leader

 

Sean Wilson, Esq. 

Law Office of Sean M. Wilson

Spotlight On:
Ellen Frazier

Movement Mortgage

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Movement Mortgage Market Leader Tommy Chimento, Ellen Frazier, My Sister's House CEO Tosha Connors, Development Officer Hallie Smith, and Executive Assistant Roni Newberry gathered on April 23rd for the surprise announcement. 

MSH is thrilled to share that local supporter and advocate, Ellen Frazier, applied for and secured an incredibly generous $10,000 grant on our behalf. Ellen, a Loan Officer with Movement Mortgage, is passionate about supporting domestic violence victims in the Lowcountry.

Every year Movement Mortgage encourages their employees to champion a local nonprofit to be selected for the prestigious KM Foundation GraceWorks Grant. Ellen applied for the grant on behalf of My Sister's House and worked diligently to see the application through to finally secure the grant award!  

In April 2021, Movement Mortgage announced that her grant proposal was selected, awarding My Sister’s House with an unexpected $10,000 gift! 

My Sister’s House is deeply grateful for Ellen’s dedication and advocacy and commends the KM Foundation and Movement Mortgage teams for their support of domestic violence survivors in the Lowcountry. This generous grant will make a significant impact in serving domestic violence victims on their paths to survival.  

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