Susan Stall - ChairSusan co-founded her Dining for Women chapter in Greenville, SC in 2010 and served as a co-leader for its first five years. During this time, her chapter published DFW’s first cookbook, a project that generated $20,000 of profit for operations. Susan also chaired the 10th anniversary celebration in 2013. In 2012, she joined Dining for Women’s Board of Directors and has served as Secretary, Treasurer, Chair of the Finance Committee, and Vice Chair before being elected Chair of the Board in 2016.
In addition to her work with Dining for Women, Susan serves on the board of JustFaith Ministries (headquartered in Louisville, KY) and will join the board of Bread for the World (headquartered in Washington, DC) in January of 2017. JustFaith has a vision of creating a vast community of people who are committed to creating a more just and compassionate world. Bread for the World educates members about hunger-related issues and equips members to become legislative activists who communicate with elected officials regarding policies that impact poor people around the world.
Susan serves as a trustee of Greenville’s FW Symmes Foundation which makes grants to non-profit organizations working in the Greenville area. She is serving in her sixth year on the board of Greenville’s Ten Thousand Villages retail store that supports artisans in the developing world by selling fair trade merchandise.
After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Business Administration, Susan joined SunTrust Banks in Atlanta. During her 13 years at SunTrust, Susan managed the Southeast Regional Group, managed a Commercial Center in Atlanta and served as an internal strategic consultant reporting to the Atlanta Bank President.
When their two sons were 5 and 2, Susan and her husband moved to Greenville, SC to be near family. As their sons grew, Susan and her husband graduated from serving as middle and high school PTSA Presidents to Co-Chairs of the Davidson College Parents Council. Susan also served for four years as a member of the Diocesan Executive Council for the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina, for five years on the board of Public Education Partners in Greenville, and for six years on the Upcountry History Museum board.Follow