Steve Hiott, CPA,(chair) is co-founder and senior business consultant at M&H, CPA’s in Charleston, S.C. A graduate of the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina, Steve has 19 years experience in accounting, forecasting, business planning, and business management. Steve has served several non-profit entities and advises select educational, religious, and charitable organizations on operations and financing strategies. Steve is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants. He serves as the Treasurer of Scottish Rite Valley in Charleston, is a Trustee of The Rite Care Foundation of South Carolina, and is a Charter Member of Rotary International’s Paul Harris Society. Steve is also a former parent of students at Charles Towne Montessori. (Send e-mail.)
Cody S. Jones (vice-chair) is a commercial real estate broker in Charleston who manages several commercial properties across the state. A past member of the CTM board, he has a daughter who attended the school through sixth grade. Cody lives in Charleston with his family.
Wendy Beall, a Charleston native who is a home health care professional who lives on James Island.
Win Gasperson, a longtime CTM parent, is the owner and certified clinician for Adaptive Limb and Brace, which provides prosthetic and orthotic care in the Charleston area.
Mac McSwain, a partner in the CPA firm of M&H, CPA’s, is a 1997 graduate of The Citadel. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants and the Coastal Chamber of the state group. He and his wife have three children and live in Charleston. Learn more.
Thomas E. Sweeny works with businesses to help them develop and improve management. He works with Charleston Business Brokers to support the sales and acquisitions of businesses, and with Waypoint Consulting as a business consultant. Through the years, he’s also provided strategic planning and risk management services. From 1982 to 1987, he was an assistant professor of agricultural education with Clemson University. Sweeny earned a bachelor’s degree from Knox College and a master’s of marine affairs from the University of Rhode Island. An ardent sailor, Sweeny is active in local and state civic affairs, including notable service as a gubernatorial appointee to the S.C. Advisory Council on Aging and chair of the education committee of the Rotary Club of Charleston. Tom and his wife life on James Island.
Charleston publisher Andrew C. Brack served as chairman of the board of trustees from 2007 to 2012. The board named a leadership award after him in December 2012 to honor his service to the school.