LiveWell Greenville Team
Sally Wills has had the privilege of working with LiveWell Greenville since 2011 and has served as the Executive Director since 2013. Her varied experience in public health settings includes a background in community development; program implementation and evaluation; and health education. Sally holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health. Sally enjoys spending time with her husband and daughters, hiking, and experimenting in the kitchen.
Margaret Stephens returned to LiveWell Greenville February 2018. She currently serves as Faith & Neighborhood Relations Director. 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 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.
Sabrina Smith joined the team in October 2018 and is the Operations Director responsible for grants management, working closely with all coalition efforts to meet LiveWell Greenville’s objectives. She earned her Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Carolina and has 15+ years of experience working on healthy eating and active living strategies for both the public and private sector. Sabrina enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family and creating things.
Matina Kazameas joined the team in May 2018. As the Community Engagement Manager she oversees communications, facilitates the Early Childhood workgroup, and manages internships at LiveWell Greenville. She has 10 years of experience with childhood obesity research, and non-profit and coalition work. Matina earned a Master of Public Health from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Matina interests include traveling, cooking, hiking, and working on her business, Two Tidy Tinas, LLC.
Susan Frantz joined LiveWell Greenville in October 2018. As Food Security Director, she coordinates the Greenville County Food Security Coalition, working to build connections among community members and food system partners to build a more equitable food system. She earned her master’s in Public Policy from the University of Maryland. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and hiking with family.
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 Health Initiative. Vanessa holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Communication Media in Business from the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico. She has 20+ years of communications and public relations experience in government, corporate, and nonprofit organizations. Vanessa’s interests include running, travel, and her personal blog, DESCALZA.
Yarelia Fuentes joined the team in January 2022, serving both LiveWell Greenville and Prisma Health as the Pediatric Food and Housing Resource Navigator. The creation of her position was inspired by participation in a statewide learning collaborative, where Prisma Health and the Greenville County Food Security Coalition identified active patient navigation to food and housing resources as a priority gap for families, particularly those living in the White Horse Road Corridor. Yarelia graduated with her Bachelors in Community Health from the University of South Carolina Upstate. Yarelia enjoys traveling, reading, and being outdoors with her dog Kaiser.