County Treasurer, Jill Kintigh
Jill Rees Kintigh
County Treasurer
Greenville County Treasurer:
Elected November 2010
Elected November 2006
Elected November 2002
Elected November 2000
Banking Experience:
First Savings Bank
Southern National Bank (merger)
BB&T (merger)
New Commerce Bank
Professional Organizations:
South Carolina Association of Elected Officials
Legislative Committee, 2003, 2004
South Carolina Association of Treasurers, Auditors and Tax Collectors
County Treasurer's Manual Composition Team - 2002
Audit Committee - 2002-2003, 2003-2004, 2004-2005, 2005-2006
Legislative Committee - 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09
Treasurer - 2007-2008, 2008-09, 2009-10
Chaplain - 2011-12
South Carolina Association of Counties
Revenue, Finance & Economic Development Steering Committee, 2002, 2006
Government Financial Officers Association
South Carolina Association of Financial Professionals
Vice President 2006, President 2007-08, 2008-09, Board 2010-11
Civic Organizations:
Leadership Greenville, Class XXIX
Professional Women's Forum of Greenville, Treasurer 2005, 2006, 2007
Rosewood House of Recovery - Executive Board, 2000-2002
First Monday in Greenville Club - Vice President
Greenville Downtown Rotary - Programs, 2001-02, Read to Me Program
2003-12, Patriotic Committee 2004-005, 2005-06, Chaplain 2009-10, Ethics Committee 2010-11
Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce
Upstate Republican Women's Club
Greenville County Republican Women's Club
Bob Jones University Alumni Association
Order of the Jessamine, 2004
Education:
Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC, Bachelor Science - 1988
Greenville County Republican Party:
Chairman, 1997-1999
1st Vice Chairman, 1995-1997
3rd Vice Chairman, 1993-1995
Coordinator Presidential Primary, 1996
South Carolina Republican Party - seating & ticketing for 2011 Presidential
Primary Debate
Personal:
Member of Southside Fellowship
Faith Memorial Chapel, Cedar Mountain, NC - Trustee
Married Gary Schafer January 1, 2005, two adult children, two grandsons
Hobbies are gardening, reading, needlepoint, hiking and fly-fishing