The Piedmont Technical College Foundation has named two new members to its board for the coming year. They are Todd Croker and Stephanie Dean, both representing Greenwood.
Croker is the president of Fujifilm Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. and Fujifilm Hunt Chemicals U.S.A., Inc. He currently and formerly serves on the board of various civic and charitable organizations including the Greenwood Area March of Dimes, the Greenwood Partnership Alliance, the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance, the Self Regional Healthcare Foundation, Medical University of South Carolina Board of Visitors and the Laurens County Little League. He is also very active in the First Baptist Church of Laurens, serving as deacon and Sunday School teacher. Croker and his wife, Sonya, have three children – Sara Kayln, Wells and Patton.
Dean is the manufacturing manager of Eaton Corporation. She serves on the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum advisory board at Piedmont Tech and participates in career day activities at elementary and high schools, talking to students about the importance of pursuing education and opportunities in STEM programs. Beyond the Community Involvement Team at Eaton, she also serves as a chair of Women Adding Value at Eaton. Dean and her husband, Justin, have one son, Max.