Megan is a career law clerk for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. She obtained both her undergraduate degrees and her law degree from the University of Georgia, and she practiced with a local firm for almost ten years before taking on her current position with the federal court system. Prior to joining the Park Place board of directors, Megan served on boards and committees and served as a volunteer for several other area non-profits. Megan and her husband, John, and their two young daughters are active members of Ascension Lutheran Church.
Hunter Hall is a public affairs professional with experience in the public and private sector. He is Vice President of Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services, Vice Chairman of the Savannah Park & Tree Commission, a member of the Savannah Development & Renewal Authority, the Savannah Zoning Board of Appeals, the Chatham County Affordable Housing Coalition, the Savannah-Chatham County Continuum of Care, the Telfair Museums William Jay Society, a graduate of Leadership Southeast Georgia, and holds undergraduate degrees in International Affairs and History from the University of Georgia. Originally from the Chattanooga, Tennessee area, Hunter has resided in Savannah since 2015 and is a proud resident of the Historic District.
Antonio Murphy is the Manufacturing Excellence Leader at International Paper, a long-term supporter of local nonprofit agencies including Park Place Outreach. Murphy will be contributing his professional skills in the finance and fundraising committees as he serves on the Park Place Board of Directors.
Chrissy Flemming is originally from Knoxville, Tennessee, but has lived in Savannah for the past decade. She attended the University of Alabama, earning a degree in Finance and Economics. She works for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as a Financial Institution Examiner and Capital Markets Specialist. Chrissy is also the founder of VicTreeFi, an education technology company providing financial literacy software to collegiate athletic programs.