GREENVILLE – Main Street Greenville elected two new members to their board of trustees. They are Mrs. Sean Miller and Mrs. Amy Pelaston.
Miller is the Marketing and Events Director for Outreach Promotional Solutions, a small marketing business out of Columbus that allows her to work from her home in Arcanum during the day. In addition, she works at the Coffee Pot as a barista on evenings and weekends, as well as working with local small businesses and organizations, including the Garst Museum on various design and marketing projects.
She is a 2010 graduate of Greenville High School and a 2014 graduate of Ball State University, with a degree in Public Relations. She and her new husband, Jenson (an Arcanum native) moved back to Darke County nearly one year ago, and said they are thrilled to be home.
“Both are huge supporters of Main Street Greenville and take the opportunity to volunteer for the organization as often as possible,” said Amber Garrett, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville.
Her passion for Downtown Greenville started as a 2012 Main Street Greenville summer intern. Not only did she learn the ins and outs of the organization, but she also discovered a love and excitement for the quaint, historic town that she has always called “home.”
Lifelong Greenville resident and Director of Human Resources at State of the Heart Hospice, Amy Pelaston (Sloan) is happy to join Main Street Greenville in order to be a part of enhancing the community in which she and her husband, Jeremy, love so much.
Before joining Main Street Greenville, she was a part of the planning board for GOBA, the bicycle tour that was hosted in Greenville. She also is a member of the Darke County Human Resources Council.
Pelaston said she is looking forward to promoting the historic downtown area of our great town. She believes residents working together is what made Greenville such a tight knit and charming city in the past, and Amy believes that is what will help drive Greenville toward success in the future.
“I have had the pleasure of working directly with both of these women on projects in the past. I am certain their talents and skills as board members will be a benefit to the organization,” said Garrett.