Jeff came to us from the United Way of the Midlands, where he served in various capacities: as youth program manager, as a leader with the Resilient Richland initiative, and as the affordable housing coordinator. Prior to moving to Columbia, Armstrong was director of a housing stability program in the Baltimore area.
In 2018, the Midlands Area Consortium for the Homeless gave Armstrong the Servant’s Heart Award “For being a champion for those in need and a change agent for people experiencing homelessness in South Carolina.”
Olivia Williams-Turner, a retired military officer with a master’s degree in social work, is the case manager for Family Promise of the Midlands.
Williams-Turner received her master’s degree from the University of South Carolina in 2016. Previously, she served for 21 years as a logistics officer in the U.S. Army, retiring with the rank of major.
She is married to the Hammond School dean of students, Dr. Michael Turner, and has three teenage children.
Sue Jordan Phelps
Sue Jordan Phelps is the business manager for Family Promise of the Midlands.
After retiring from a 28 year career in the group insurance industry, Sue joined the Family Promise team in 2017.
She is a summa cum laude graduate of Columbia College with a degree in business administration.