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Phillis Wheatley Community Center Serving Greenville SC Staff Randy Jackson

Randy Jackson

Executive Director

As an alumni of Phillis Wheatley Community Center and a business owner, Randy is uniquely qualified to be the executive director of the organization. Randy joined the Center in May 2019 and has been responsible for improvements to the Center’s facilities programming and services during his tenure. He added emergency food services to the Center during the COVID-19 pandemic and offered other programming in a virtual format so participants can stay healthy and engaged.

Randy is president of First Merchant Services LLC based in Greenville, a company that provides personalized processing solutions to businesses across North America, with products designed to process many types of payments including debit and credit cards, as well as check guarantee services, payment gateway services and others.

He is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and lives in Greenville.

Phillis Wheatley Community Center Serving Greenville SC Staff Kristi Inglis

Kristi Inglis

Operations Manager

Kristi Inglis serves as the Operations Manager for Phillis Wheatley Community Center and has been with the organization since 2019. She is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day happenings at the Center and enjoys growing the PWCC campus through additions such as the Senior Fitness and Recreation Park.

A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Kristi lives in the Upstate with her husband and two sons. An enthusiastic reader, her favorite spot in the Center is the recently re-established library.

Phillis Wheatley Community Center Serving Greenville SC Staff Eugene

Eugene Ashmore (“Mr. Zip”)

Facilities Manager

Eugene, who is affectionately known as “Zip,” has been working and volunteering with Phillis Wheatley Community Center for more than 13 years. In his role as Facilities Manager, he helps maintain the building and the grounds of the Center.

Zip came to the Center when he was a young man. He had 5 siblings and his mother was a single, working parent supporting the family. He says the Center gave him a place to come and engage in activities. To quote Zip: “ The Center first loved me, so now I love the Center by giving back.”