Ken wolfe sr. - President
Ken Wolfe is passionate about many things, one in specific is being a football coach. Ken had the privilege of coaching the White Knoll B-Team from 2010-2013. Prior to his coaching at the high school, he was head coach for Lexington Recreation youth football leagues from 1994-2000 and the assistant coach at White Knoll Middle School from 2000-2001. As a 1980 Graduate of St. Stephens High School in North Carolina, Ken lettered in both football and basketball. Ken is also an active member of OneLife Community Church in Irmo. Ken believes in strong family values, he enjoys spending time with his children and 8 grandchildren. Ken resides in Chapin with his wife Traci.
Traci wolfe - Founder | CEO
Traci Wolfe moved from Hickory North Carolina over 28 years ago, to Columbia South Carolina. She currently works as a Paralegal at Burnette Shutt & McDaniel PA in Columbia and attends Perdue Global University online at night, in which she will receive her Associates in Arts, in Legal Studies in May of 2018. Passionate about teen driving safety, and after the loss of her 18-year old son in a vehicle collision in 2007, Traci and her Husband Kenneth founded the Kenny Wolfe Foundation. Traci loves to spend time with her family and volunteering in the community. Traci and Ken currently reside in Chapin with their two dogs, Bailey and Dakota.
Ashley wolfe ammer - director of operations
Ashley Ammer graduate of White Knoll High School in 2005. Ashley continued her education and graduated with her Associates Degree in Early Care and Education from Midlands Technical College in 2013. She recently graduated with honors from Columbia College where she received her Bachelor degree in Behavioral Science. Ashley is a mother to three tiny humans, Scarlett, Ethan and Mason and loves reading, and kayaking. Secretly she is a Jedi and a Hogwarts student.
Alysia Knuckles - TREASURER
Alysia was born and raised in Winnsboro, South Carolina. She is currently employed as an Insurance Agent/Account Manager of Turbeville Insurance Agency in Lexington, SC, and has been for 17 years. She is honored to serve on the board of The Kenny Wolfe Foundation and is passionate about helping others. Alysia resides in Prosperity, South Carolina with her husband Mike and their three dogs, Bella, Sadie and Roxie. She has three children Jessica, Michael & Davis, as well as, three grandchildren, Addison, Caden & Jackson.
Tandi Card - esquire
Tandi was raised in the mountains of West Virginia and made her way south to South Carolina after college at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. After graduating from USC School of Law, she practiced law in Columbia. She currently resides in Greenville, SC with her husband, twin daughters, and fur-baby Pixel. She serves as Compliance Manager for the Care Coordination Institute.
Ken Ward is the Vice President of Benefit Controls of the Midlands in Columbia. He has served on charitable foundation boards for the past 20 years. Born and raised in South Carolina, Ken has been married for 25 years to his wife Amy, and has two daughters. Now living in Chapin he spends his time playing golf, going to Disney, and running sound for his wifes band, Bombshell.
Jeff has been a church planter for over 30 years and has planted churches in Oklahoma and South Carolina. He has been a worship Leader, Small Groups Pastor, Associate Pastor, Campus Pastor and is currently the Lead Pastor of OneLife Community Church. Jeff lives in Columbia, South Carolina with his wife Melanie, two children Bryce and Caleb and two of the most beautiful grandchildren on the planet.
Born and raised in Virginia. Currently employed at T-Mobile handling personal and small business accounts in Columbia S.C. Married to Lauralee with two sons, Noah and Joseph. Lives in NE Columbia SC. Happy to serve on the board helping others and bringing awareness to today's youth.
Chris started his career in Law Enforcement as a volunteer State Constable working with the City of Columbia and Lexington County Sheriff’s Department in 2010. In doing so he devoted a minimum of 24 volunteer hours a month serving those agencies and helping to offset their man power. In 2013, Chris decided it was in his blood and at the age of 45 it was time to change careers and enter into Law Enforcement full time. At that point, Chris went to work for the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department in the Detention Center for the next 13 months. In November of 2014, Chris was hired by the Springdale Police Department where he is a Sergeant serving as the Patrol/Operations Supervisor. When not at work Chris spends as much time as possible with his wife Linda to whom he has been married for 26 years. Chris is also an avid cyclist and serves as a Bike Patrol officer for Springdale.