Donny has served at the United Way of Kershaw County for 26 years. He has a degree from USC in Psychology and completed graduate work in Counseling at Columbia International University. Sharon and Donny have 4 adult sons, 3 great daughters in law and 3 amazing grandsons. His heart’s desire is to be a servant leader, as together our United Way staff, board and partners impact lives for good.
VP of Finance and Administration
Janis has served at the United Way of Kershaw County for 23 years. Janis and her husband Tom have been married 34 years and have two, married adult children and four grandchildren. Her family enjoys all sports and are avid Clemson fans. As VP of Finance, Janis manages all aspects of finances. She considers her job her ministry and likes to feel she is touching and changing lives every day.
VP of Community Impact
Molly earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science at the University of South Carolina. She has lived in Kershaw County for 34 years. She and her husband Grainger have 2 adult sons. After being a stay at home Mom she began volunteering at New Day on Mill which turned into a full time position at United Way 9 years ago.
VP of Campaign
Serving the United Way of Kershaw County since 2001, Pam finds immense joy through her job. She was a dental hygienist and stay at home mom for 22 years, and finds working the front lines of fundraising challenging and rewarding. Pam and her husband Don have an immediate family of 16, which includes 8 grandchildren.
Client Advocacy Director
Marie Sheorn has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Winthrop University. She worked 30 years at the Department of Social Services before she began working at the United Way of Kershaw County in 2004 with housing issues. Marie serves others with compassion and takes joy in her work of helping clients.
Mobile Nutrition Center Director
Mary Reames grew up in Camden, making this community near and dear to her heart. She came to United Way as the Director of the Mobile Nutrition Center at the end of August. Previously, Mary worked for the LiveWell Kershaw Coalition for 2.5 years. For two summers she managed the Health Ambassador program, an internship created to empower Kershaw County teens to implement healthy changes in their high schools. The program was later recognized with a 2019 Golden Tusk Award from Carolinas Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Association (CHPRMS.) Mary also served as the Wellness Project Assistant for the coalition’s Community Health Improvement Plan.
Vice President of Resource Development
Kirk spent years working as a firefighter/paramedic. He went on to work at Xerox Corporation and after an early retirement he started his own business, KM Video Productions here in Camden. For four years he served on the UWKC Board of Directors as vice-chairman, communications committee chairman and chili cookoff chairman. He then came onboard as a staff member and was the Director of the Mobile Nutrition Center. Kirk and his wife Begee have two children, Robbie and Morgan, a new
duaghter-in-law, Pauline and her son Brock have also joined the family.