Please note: Due to Hurricane Florence, this event has been cancelled. Please join us for our October Lunch & Learn, and stay safe!
- Why Low Country First exists and the impact of this organization on the local community
- The merger of Dominion Energy and SCE&G
Jordan Amaker, Director of Marketing & Communications for Lowcountry Local First
Jordan came to be the lead story-wrangler and cheerleader for Lowcountry Local First after 7 years in the marketing agency world. She served on the board of directors for Charleston Moves from 2011 – 2017, previously served on the board of the Charleston American Marketing Association, and chaired the 2013 Susan G. Komen Lowcountry Race for the Cure.
Kristen Beckham, External Affairs Representative for Dominion Energy
Kristen is the External Affairs Representative for Dominion Energy’s Carolina Gas Transmission, as well as the company’s solar projects in South Carolina and Georgia. In this role, she handles state government relations, public relations, media relations, and economic development as well as local government relations in 50 countries.
Kirsten also leads the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation’s regional Community Investment board. Among a long list of community roles, Kristen has served as communications chair of the Rotary Club of the Vista, and is a member of the community outreach committee of the Central S.C. Board of Directors for the American Red Cross.