Coalition Staff

LiveWell Greenville Team

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Sally Wills has been with LiveWell Greenville since 2011. In her roles, first as Operations Manager then as the Executive Director, Sally has had the privilege of coordinating the efforts of more than 150 diverse partners seeking to create a culture of health in Greenville County.  Her varied experience in public health settings includes 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. She lives in Greenville with her husband and two teenage girls. swills@livewellgreenville.org

 

 

Margaret Stephens returned to LiveWell Greenville February 2018 as a Partnership Coordinator for LiveWell At Worship. Margaret first joined LiveWell in 2011 as the Community Health Consultant, working with Out-of-School-Time centers and faith communities, and later with Health care providers. She has also served as LiveWell Greenville’s Operations Director. As a Registered Nurse and Faith Community Nurse, she has 20+ years of experience with population health particularly through faith and community settings. Margaret lives in Pickens County with her husband, Joe. mstephens@livewellgreenville.org

 

 

Matina Kazameas joined LiveWell Greenville in May 2018 as the Partnership Coordinator for our LiveWell At Out-of-School Time, At Early Childhood, and At Work Initiatives. After handing At Work over to Sabrina, she now also coordinates onsite wellness initiatives, Communications, and the McAlister Square Wellness Committee with Sabrina Smith. Matina is originally from New Jersey and moved to Greenville from West Virginia with her husband and two dogs. She has 8+ years of experience working on Childhood Obesity research and evaluation projects, social service organizations and community coalitions. Matina earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in Psychology and a master’s of Public Health degree specializing in Health Education, Behavioral Science from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her interests include: faith, cooking, traveling, volunteering, hiking and yoga. matinak@livewellgreenville.org

 

 

Sabrina Smith joined LiveWell Greenville in October 2018 as a Partnership Coordinator working with partners to increase access to safe spaces for physical activity particularly in low-resource communities. She is the coordinator for the LiveWell At Work and Open Community Use initiatives. Sabrina is also our grants and reports writer and coordinates the McAlister Square Wellness Committee with Matina Kazameas. She has 10+ years of experience working on healthy eating and active living strategies for both the public and private sector.  Sabrina earned her master’s degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health.  She lives in Greenwood County with her husband and son and enjoys outdoor recreation and lake activities. ssmith@livewellgreenville.org

 

 

Susan Frantz joined LiveWell Greenville in October 2018 as a Partnership Coordinator working with partners to increase access to healthy food particularly in low-resource communities.  She and her family moved to Greenville from Philadelphia where she worked at The Food Trust as a Community Nutrition Education Coordinator.  She earned her master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Maryland.  She lives in Greenville with her husband and two children and enjoys hiking, gardening and cooking. sfrantz@livewellgreenville.org

Vanessa Rodriguez joined the team in March 2020, serving both Hispanic Alliance and LiveWell Greenville as the Community Action Coordinator in an innovative partnership for the BUILD Trust, BUILD Healthy Initiative. She has 20+ years of communications and public relationships experience in government, corporate, and nonprofit organizations. Originally from Ponce, Puerto Rico, she served as the Director of the Public Relations Commission of Women’s Affairs for the Governor of Puerto Rico, and the Communications and Press Director for the Office of the Women’s Advocacy in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Vanessa, her husband and son were impacted by Hurricane María in 2017. They decided to move to Greenville after visiting friends in the area. Vanessa’s interests include running, faith, travel, and her personal blog, DESCALZA. Through her blog on Facebook and Instagram, she shares daily messages of optimism and faith providing encouragement and mentorship to women to help develop leadership in the Hispanic community. vanessa@hispanicalliancesc.com