Erica Sellers- President
Marketing & Sales Director at Statesboro Magazine
Hobbies: GS Football games with Goot Wuns, Beach Days, & Traveling
Other groups involved in: Georgia Southern Univ. College of Business Young Alumni Board, Lynda Brannen Williamson Foundation Board, LBW Alumni Association, Leadership Bulloch Alumni, KKG Alumnae, Southbridge Community Church, Disney Alumni Assoc.,
Awards/Recognition: 2017 Statesboro Herald 20 Under 40, 2017 Dancing With The Statesboro Stars Cast Member, 2017 GA Academy for Economic Development Graduate,
Why I joined the Jaycees: I was honored to be a founding member of the re-established Jaycees in 2015. While there are many professional organizations in Statesboro, the appeal of the Jaycees was more casual. We could serve the community on our terms and have a great time socially with like-minded young professionals.
Molly Bickerton- VP of Individual Development
Director of Admissions at Ogeechee Technical College
Hobbies: Traveling with my friends
Other groups involved in: Professional Women of Statesboro, Lynda Brannen Williamson Foundation Alumni
Awards/Recognitions: 2017 Statesboro Herald 20 Under 40
Why I joined the Jaycees: I joined Jaycees for a chance to network with likeminded young professionals in my community in hopes that through collaborative efforts we can make a difference through generous acts of service.
Valerie Cote- VP of Membership
Business Consultant at Georgia Southern University's Small Business Development Center
Family: I have two sweet puppy dogs: an 11 year old Bichon Frise named Elliott and a 3 year old Cocker Spaniel/Boykin Spaniel mix named Remy. I also have two trouble making cats, Fiona and Tabi Lu.
Hobbies: Kayaking is about the only form of exercise I enjoy though I can be found in a spin or barre class from time to time. I love gardening, unless it is June, July or August. I am a podcast junkie and listen to everything from investing to true crime.
Why I joined the Jaycees: I joined the Jaycees when I moved back to Bulloch county after living in Chatham County for a few years. I was still working in Savannah at the time and I wanted to be a part of a group in my community that would allow me give back while expanding my local network.
Britt Hendrix- VP of Community Development
Owner of Your Pie
Family: Coming Soon
Hobbies: Coming Soon
Other groups involved in: Coming Soon
Awards/Recognitions: Coming Soon
Why I joined the Jaycees: Coming Soon
Chris Wiggins- Treasurer
Retail Market Manager Synovus Bank Fair Road Branch
Hobbies: Spending time with family and friends.
Other groups involved in: Statesboro Kiwanis Club, Leadership Bulloch Class of 2018, Relay for Life Of Bulloch
Awards/Recognitions: Statesboro Herald 20 under 40 in 2017
Why I joined the Jaycees: I have a passion for giving back to my community. The Statesboro Jaycees are a great group of young professionals who share that passion. As a group, I have no doubt that we will be able to do great things for our community.
Katie Harris - Secretary
Business Manager at Statesboro STEAM Academy
Family: Husband, Jason, 3 year old fur baby named Barkley, and 1 year old rescue fur baby named Roscoe.
Hobbies: I love to hang out with my friends, travel, play with my fur babies and taking them to the park, crafts and music. I also like swimming, trying to learn golf ;) and football season (especially fantasy football).
Other groups involved in: Chamber of Commerce Education & Workforce Development Committee, Association of American Educators.
Why I joined the Jaycees: I am not from Statesboro, Ga so I was not familiar with the Jaycees at first. When I finally met everyone and learned exactly what the Jaycees are all about, I fell in love. I love how the organization is always looking for ways to help the community. Everyone is so dedicated and driven to give back. This community is too great to not get more involved. The Jaycees have given me that opportunity.
Hugh Mays- VP of Management Development
Solutions Consultant at Digital Office Equipment
Hobbies: Golf, Piano, Woodworking
Other groups involved in: Island Business Networkers BNI Chapter in Savannah, GA,
Statesboro-Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce, Ogeechee Masonic Lodge #213 of Statesboro, GA, Knights Templar Eye Foundation
Awards/Recognitions: President- Chapter of the Year BNI Hilton Head/Savannah Franchise, Member of the Year- Island Business Networkers 2016, Member of the Year- Island Business Networkers 2017
Why I joined the Jaycees: I saw the Jaycees in our community making a difference locally and they always seemed to have such a fun time. I wanted to be part of the great work they were doing. Joining our chapter has been one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Peyton Fuller- VP of Communications
Research Accountant at Georgia Southern University
Hobbies: Running, Traveling, Tennis, Cooking
Other groups Involved in: The Statesboro Exchange Club, Statesboro-Bulloch County Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Bulloch Alumni, GSU Staff Council, Eagle Alumni Association
Awards/Recognitions: 2017 Statesboro Herald 20 Under 40, 2017 GA Academy for Economic Development Graduate, 2017 Leadership Bulloch Chair
Why I joined the Jaycees: I joined Jaycees because it was an opportunity to make a positive difference in our community in a positive way. I wanted to be a part of an organization that brings together other young professionals for networking and doing social service projects. The Jaycees has given me the opportunity to meet many great people and to make a difference in Statesboro.