Cameron graduated with honors from Francis Marion University, earning a business degree in 2015. She was a member of the business honor society Beta Gamma Sigma. She also received the general business administration award for outstanding academic achievement. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in business administration through Francis Marion as well. She is a graduate of Leadership Florence, a program offered by the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce, where she was able to network with fellow up-and-coming local leaders and learn more about the community.
In her spare time, Cameron spends quality time with her friends and family, focuses on her health and fitness and enjoys traveling to new places. She is a fur mom to her dog – a cockapoo named Pippa who enjoys long walks around her neighborhood and endless bouts of fetch.
Deb joined the team in November 2019. Deb previously worked for GE Healthcare before retiring in 2019 after thirty-three years with the company. She is a Girl Scout and was previously a troop leader. She volunteers with Prayer Shawl Ministry currently. She is excited to use her experience in processes and finance at the Modern United Way. Deb received undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Vermont and a Masters of Management Finance Analysis from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She is married to, Tony and has two wonderful adult children, Angelina Hurley (married to Charles) and AJ.
Marketing & Agency Relations Director
Jenna obtained her Bachelor' of Science in Psychology from Francis Marion University and joined the United Way of Florence County team in March 2020. She has worked with multiple non-profits during her undergraduate career and looks forward to continuing her work with United Way. She is a native of Florence, SC and is eager to impact the community that has given her so much.
Campaign & Donor Relations Director
Former Morning News Publisher Joe Craig has re-joined the United Way team after working on the 2019/2020 Campaign. After a successful newspaper career, he is committed to helping the United Way of Florence County and its Partner Agencies achieve their goals for serving our community. “We all want to know that we’re making a difference and helping create positive change,” Joe said. He has worked with over a dozen nonprofit agencies during his newspaper career. Joe believes the United Way offers the best bridge between those who want to help others and those that need that help. Joe’s wife Kathy has worked at nonprofits most of her career and currently handles HR and Admin duties at the Leatherman Senior Center. Between the two of them, Kathy and Joe feel they are making a difference where it matters the most. Florence is a great place to live. The way the Craigs see it: Helping fortunate people help the less fortunate is both an honor and a joy.