A Call to Action (ACTA) Treasurer Constance Martin-Witter is a retired public school administrator and current director of the Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen at Campbell Chapel; she also serves on the boards of Bluffton Self Help and Jasper County First Steps and is a member of the Bluffton Cultural District Alliance.
Recipient of the 2016 Big Heart Award by the Greater Bluffton Chamber of Commerce, A Call to Action (ACTA) Co- Founder and Board President Nate Pringle is a school mentor and has served on several school boards, as well as the United Way of the Lowcountry, Real Champions, Celebrate Bluffton, Inc., and the Bluffton Cultural District Alliance.
A Call to Action (ACTA) Vice President Frank Gadson is a native Blufftonian with over 30 years' experience as owner of Special Auto Sales Inc. and over 20 years as a U-Save Auto Rental franchisee, owner & State Manager. Franks is a parishioner of Campbell Chapel AME Church.
A Call to Action (ACTA) Fiscal Advisor Gloria Gadson has 25 years’ experience as a U-Save Auto Rental Franchisee co- owner/VP and 30 years with Special Auto Sales Inc. as a co- owner/VP. Gloria is currently Treasurer of the Bluffton Community Soup Kitchen at Campbell Chapel AME Church.
Walter Wheeler brings experience from the auto restoration industry and is affiliated with Real Champions Mentoring, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Foundation for Educational Excellence.
Native Blufftonian resident Laura Grant has lived on DuBois Lane since 1966. In 2012, she retired as Communications Supervisor for the Town of Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue, with over 25 years of service. Laura is proud mama to a spoiled toy poodle named Prince and excited to be taking part in the design and implementation of heARTSplace.