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Community Foundation of the Lowcountry Welcomes Three New Board Members

July 21, 2022
Community Foundation of the Lowcountry is pleased to welcome three new members to our Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2022. Board members serve three-year terms and can serve a total of two terms:

Stephen C. Evans, Rear Admiral (USN, Ret.) – Throughout his illustrious 34-year career in the U.S. Navy, Evans served in a diverse range of leadership positions across the globe, including combat roles as Ship, Task Force and Strike Group Commander. Evans, who resides in Bluffton, was Commander of George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group and served as an honorary pallbearer at George H.W. Bush’s funeral. Following his retirement in May of 2020, Evans founded Flag Bridge Logistics, LLC, a supply chain management and transportation execution agency and Flag Bridge Global Solutions, LLC, where he is Chairman and CEO.

Tray Hunter - Hunter has been employed by Palmetto Electric Cooperative since 2008 and currently is Vice President, Marketing & Public Relations. In this role, Tray oversees member programs, public/community relations, marketing strategies, economic development, key accounts/developer relations and governmental affairs. Hunter, who resides in Bluffton, is very involved in the Lowcountry community, currently serving on the executive board of the Southern Carolina Regional Development Alliance and is a Bluffton Rotary Club member. Hunter previously served on numerous local nonprofit board of directors.

Lynn Jennings Taylor – Taylor, a Hilton Head Island resident, is a retired healthcare attorney who had an esteemed career in New York. Taylor led all patient and employee safety efforts for the largest faith based health system on Long Island, which had 17,000 employees and 6,000 physicians. Taylor served as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for a number of hospitals, coordinating all malpractice litigations and interfacing with numerous external firms and regulatory agencies. Taylor, who was a critical care nurse in the U.S. Navy, was Volunteers in Medicine Board Chair from 2019-2022.

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