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One80 Place Has a New Board Chair




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One80 today Place announced Anne K. Surrett (right) will serve as chair of One80 Place’s Board of Directors.

Anne K. Surrett is the regional managing director for Wells Fargo Private Bank in South Carolina. As a senior leader in the region, Mrs. Surrett is accountable for delivering an exceptional experience for clients of Wells Fargo Private Bank; driving business planning and execution; and recruiting, retaining, coaching and developing talent. A 1979 graduate of the University of South Carolina, Mrs. Surrett began her banking career in 1983 and worked with Wachovia, a predecessor firm to Wells Fargo, for 18 years.

In addition to her new role on the One80 Place board, Mrs. Surrett is a member and past Chair of the Tiffany Circle of the American Red Cross; Lowcountry Chapter, a member and committee sub-chair of the Wells Fargo Private Wealth Diversity and Inclusion Council, and serves on the Private Wealth Regional Director Advisory Council.

“The One 80 Place team is passionate about serving the dynamic needs of clients today. Their advocacy propels them to continuously evaluate strategies in the mission to eradicate homelessness.  They care deeply and I am so honored to be on their team,” says Anne K. Surrett.

“Anne has been a committed leader in our community. Her professional career has ensured the economic well-being of our region and her volunteering has changed lives across the state. We are thrilled she is committing her skills, expertise, and passion to the issue of homelessness and leading our board,” says Stacey W. Denaux, CEO of One80 Place.

Anne is succeeding Herbert L. Drayton, III as chair. Herbert will continue to serve on the board of directors as Immediate Past Chair.  Anne’s term leading the board will include some new members. They are Chad Anderson (Blackbaud), Jessica Browning, MBA (Winkler Group), and Judge Ittriss Jenkins.

Full Board List

Chad Anderson, Blackbaud
Jessica Browning, Winkler Group, Development Vice Chair
Lindsey Carter, Troubadour
Ernie Cochran, K&L Gates Law Firm
Ben DeWolf, RWI Trading, LLC, Finance Vice Chair
Herbert L. Drayton, III, Vertical Holdings, LLC, Immediate Past Chair
Brad Harvey, Hotel Emeline
Ittriss Jenkins, Charleston County Magistrate
Jamie Lynch, EnviroSmart
Carole Murray, Boeing South Carolina
Tom O’Brien, Proctor & Gamble (retired)
Geno Paluso, The Citadel, Chair-Elect
Anne Surrett, Wells Fargo Private Bank, Chair
Jerome Taylor, City of Charleston Police Department (retired)
Colleen Troy, TouchPoint Communications, Communications Vice Chair
Owen Tyler, The Cassina Group
Geiza Vargas-Vargas, Nelson Mullins Law Firm, Governance Vice Chair

About One80 Place

During the winter of 1984, a group of business, civic, and religious leaders, led by Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley joined forces to found what is known today as One80 Place.  One80 Place’s mission is to end and prevent homelessness.  Today, the organization helps more than 800 individuals annually end or avert homelessness through re-housing case management, nightly shelter, a health clinic, legal services, and employment and education services, among others.

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