Trustee, The Spartanburg County Foundation
Jennifer Evins was born and raised in Indianapolis Indiana, and graduated in 1988 with B.A. degree from Hanover College. After graduating from Hanover, Jennifer moved to Spartanburg for a job assignment and had a professional career in marketing and public relations. Her last assignment was as Public Affairs Director at WSPA – TV, NewsChannel 7. She is currently a consultant and community volunteer.
Jennifer serves as one of seven Trustees of the Spartanburg County Foundation and is an appointed member of the City of Spartanburg’s Public Safety Commission. In addition, she is a member of the steering committee for Spartanburg’s 40/30 Challenge to improve educational achievement in Spartanburg County, Girl Scout Troop Leader, Sunday School Teacher and Capital Campaign Manager for the new YMCA. Previously, she served as Chairman of the Capital Campaign and Planning Committee to build the new $46 million Chapman Cultural Center. She has served on numerous boards and committees and served the City of Spartanburg as a Human Relations Commissioner and Executive Chair of the Spartanburg Creative Energy.
Jennifer has been married to her husband, Alex Evins, for 20 years and has two children: Emily (10) and Sam (8).