Alumna Lisa Hemond Named Breakfast BPW Woman of Accomplishment

March 19, 2018 at 10:08 am

Lisa Hemond has been named Woman of Accomplishment by the Breakfast Business and Professional Women (BBPW) of Spartanburg, an award which recognizes successful women who have distinguished themselves in their careers and through community services, by serving as outstanding role models for young women, and through outstanding efforts on issues that are supported by BPW.

Hemond is vice president for resource development at Chapman Cultural Center. In this role, she is responsible for the management and execution of all fundraising activities and the management and oversight of all earned income of Chapman Cultural Center. She works closely with the president in creating and implementing an annual fundraising and stewardship plan with goals, objectives, and strategies for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting individual, corporate and foundation gifts.

Prior to joining the Chapman Cultural Center Staff, Hemond was director of development at the Hope Center for Children. She is a graduate of University South Carolina Upstate and the 2014 class of Leadership Spartanburg. She serves in a variety of community leadership roles in Spartanburg. She is treasurer of Breakfast BPW of Spartanburg, a member of the Quality of Place Action Team for One Spartanburg and the Duke Energy Upstate Regional Advisory Board and a member of MPACT (Missions team), Spartanburg First Baptist Spartanburg. She lives in Spartanburg.

Breakfast Business and Professional Women (BBPW) of Spartanburg, an organization dedicated to achieving equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information, has honored five local women for their contributions to the community and the workplace.