Christene Gillis serves as an NBDHMT Board Administrator. Christene’s role centers around the financial management aspects for the Board as well other day to day operations. Christene joined NBDHMT in February of 2010. She is a native of Boston MA, and moved to Columbia, SC in 2005 with her husband Mark and 3 children.
Christene has worked in the accounting industry for the last 15 years.
In her spare time Christene likes to spend time with her family and friends, as well as cheering her favorite sports teams, Boston Red Sox & NE Patriots.
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