Coalition Staff

LiveWell Greenville Team





Sally Wills, MPH has been with LiveWell Greenville since 2011, first as Operations Manager then as the Executive Director. Sally brings more than 16 years of public health experience to the leadership of the coalition with a strong background in community development, education and evaluation. Sally holds a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health.


Lori Burney joined LiveWell Greenville in 2014 as the Development Director.  She brings more than 20 years of management, marketing and sales experience to the coalition. She is currently earning her Masters in Public Administration from Clemson University.  Lori is a graduate of Presbyterian College and lives in Simpsonville with her two boys.  She spent twelve years as a competitive kickboxer and works part-time as the boxing & kickboxing coach. Lori also enjoys running, crossfit, hiking and kayaking.

brady-squareBrady Godfrey is a Partnership Coordinator who joined LiveWell Greenville in February of 2013. Brady provides assistance to out of school time centers to encourage healthy physical activity and nutrition policies. Brady brings a decade of public expertise including school and out of school time experience. She is a Health Science Graduate from Clemson University and currently lives in Greenville with her husband and three boys.

Danielle Burt, MPH, CWPC

Danielle Burt, MPH serves as a Partnership Consultant with LiveWell Greenville. She began as an intern with LiveWell in the summer of 2012 while earning a B.S. in Health Sciences from Furman University and an MPH from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health. Danielle works with local restaurants, stores, and vendors to identify, label, and promote the healthiest food choices in the Greenville area. In her free time, Danielle enjoys running, swimming, and spending time outdoors.

katherine-squareKatherine Kransteuber, MS joined the LiveWell team in 2015 as Grants Administrator. She brings experience in food systems, sustainability, and grant writing and reporting.  With a B.S. in Health and Exercise Science from Furman University and an M.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont, Katherine enjoys working at the intersection of health and the environment.