Bill Tiller

Bill Tiller joined GGC as the Executive Director of the GGC Foundation in 2020.

Bill comes to GGC with a long and successful career in fundraising and development, working primarily in the areas of children’s health and advocacy. He has secured and directed approximately $43 million to support numerous nonprofit organizations including The Meyer Center for Special Children, Make-A-Wish Foundation of SC, and most recently served as President and CEO of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

Boo Ramage

Boo came to the Greenwood Genetic Center in 1991 as Administrator. In 2018, she relinquished her role in overseeing the day-to-day financial operations to focus on special projects as Special Assistant to the Director.

She is currently serving as Interim Executive Director of the GGC Foundation, the fundraising arm of the Center.

Boo is a graduate of Mercer University with a double major in Finance and Economics.

Amy Botts

Amy Botts has served as the Foundation Coordinator for the Greenwood Genetic Center Foundation since August 2018. She has worked in the financial industry for over 20 years with a concentration in credit and loan review.

Her previous positions include Credit Administrative Assistant and Loan Operations Specialist at Park Sterling Bank and Loan Officer Assistant at Bank of America. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Lander University.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends and reading. She especially enjoys spending time with her daughters Erin and Taylor and her grandchildren Maebree and Colton.

Meet Makayla Gunn

Makayla was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome in April of 2015 at the age of two. At about 18 months, we noticed she had started some repetitive hand motions, and her pediatrician was a little concerned that she did not have many words. She had learned some sign language, and was saying ‘mama’ and ‘dada’, but that was it. Then she suddenly stopped all of that. At her 2 year old check-up, the pediatrician referred us to BabyNet, SC’s early interve...

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