Chair: Keith Jones
Vice-Chair: Terry White
Recording Secretary: Rosemary Royston
Treasurer: Debra March
Membership Secretary: Teresa Sampson
Executive Committee At-Large Members: Truman Barrett, Reid Dyer, James Mitchell
Board of Directors: 2015-2016
|George Berry-Forsyth, GA
Fred Chappell-Greensboro, NC
Pat Conroy-South Carolina
Raymond Cook-Valdosta, GA
Cathy Cox-Young Harris, GA
Mike Giles-Gainesville, GA
Jane Hicks-Johnson City, TN
Henry Johnson-Watkinsville, GA
Ethelene Dyer Jones-Milledgeville, GA
Terry Kay-Athens, GA
Sharon McCrumb-Roanoke, VA
Francis Mathis-Gainesville, GA
Zell Miller-Young Harris, GA
Jim Minter-Fayetteville, GA
Garland Reynolds-Gainesville, GA
Hugh Ruppersburg-Athens, GA
Joe Satterfield-Blue Ridge, GA
Dana Wildsmith-Bethlehem, GA
Phillip Lee Williams-Watkinsville, GA
- Budget & Finance: To recommend an annual budget, maintain sound fiscal policies, and provide guidance and leadership in all fund-raising activities.
- Membership & Cultivation: To recruit individuals to join the Society and to encourage members to supports its goals and projects through active participation.
- Nominations & Board Development: To nominate a slate of officers and directors for election at the annual meeting and to fill vacancies that occur during the year; to assist in planning and implementing any Board development that might be deemed appropriate.
- Oral History: To develop an oral history of Byron Herbert Reece – his life and his works – by interviewing persons who knew him well and recording their impressions on tape and in written form.
- Programs & Literary Activities: To plan and provide all programs and special literary activities related to the work of the Society, including but not limited to, the program for the annual meeting.
- Promotion & Publications: To make the Byron Herbert Reece Society and its goals known to the general public, to maintain the Society website, and to handle publications of the Society including periodic newsletters.
- Reece Farm Development: To pursue options for the funding and development of the BHR Farm & Heritage Center; to oversee the project of development; to secure the Reece study and other valuable components of the Reece family property.
- Reece in the Schools: To explore and determine ways of introducing BHR into the educational systems of our state and nation, beginning with the secondary schools of our immediate mountain area.