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Moyer Albergotti, top photo, and Tom Daniel joined the College's Foundation Board.
Tri-County’s Foundation Board Welcomes Two New Members
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8/20/2014
(By Lisa Garrett)
PENDLETON --- Two Anderson County community leaders have been elected to serve on Tri-County Technical College's Foundation Board of Directors.
Joining the Board's current members are Moyer Albergotti, of Anderson, and Tom Daniel, of Williamston.
Members of the Foundation Board raise money to supplement appropriations thereby helping the College to meet the educational needs of the citizens of the tri-county area.
Mrs. Albergotti is an owner/realtor with RBA Properties in Anderson. She received her BA in American Studies at Salem College and did post-graduate work at USC Applied History and Fellowship at Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts.
She serves on several boards including the Anderson Area YMCA, Anderson Heritage, Friends of the Museum (president and gala chair), Anderson Free Clinic, Board of Architectural Review - City of Anderson, Parent-Teacher-Student Association boards at all levels and president at the elementary level. She is also past chair of the Camellia Ball sponsored by AnMed Health to benefit Pediatric Therapy Works.
She and her husband, Sam, live in Anderson and have four children.
Mr. Daniel is a broker for NAI Earle Furman, LLC, where he specializes in significant commercial real estate opportunities in the Upstate, along the I-85, I-385 and I-26 corridors, as well as corporate services for his clients. He received his BIE from Georgia Tech where he was captain of the football team, and his MBA is from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
He has more than 25 years of experience in commercial real estate in the Atlanta area, during which he worked with Kweli Moyo, a faith-based, non-profit charity serving in Kenya, as well as Swaziland, Africa. He served on the Board of Directors of Ed Isakson/Alpharetta YMCA and is a member emeritus of the Industrial Engineering Advisory Board at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a past member of NAIOP Office Forum, the Alexander Tharpe Board of Trustees at Georgia Tech, and the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce.
Mr. Daniel and his wife, Elaine, recently moved to Anderson County and live in Williamston. They have four grown children.