Seabolt Real Estate
Staci Donegan sold more than $90 million worth of property in 2021. Her record is especially impressive in Savannah’s Historic District, where she has long made her own family’s home. Her listing at 711 Whitaker Street was voted the national winner of the 2021 HGTV Ultimate House Hunt in the “homes with a history” category. She came to real estate through an earlier career in accounting, finance, and account management at The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta, as well as serving as a CPA in the audit department at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Locally, she was a Controller for the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) and served as Chief of Staff in SCAD’s Office of the President.
Catherine Grant Founder & CEO
Catherine Grant founded ExperCARE in 2009 and has seen it grow to its present four locations in downtown Savannah, Savannah’s southside, Richmond Hill, and Pooler. ExperCARE Health provides on-demand healthcare, delivering extraordinary walk-in, urgent, routine, and occupational health to all ages, that is in-network with insurance. As an Honors graduate from the Medical University of South Carolina with a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, she loves to teach and has served as PA faculty as well as a business mentor and leader. In 2018, she was recognized by the American Academy of Physician Assistants as a Distinguished Fellow. She has 20 years of experience in healthcare. She has also proved to be an effective fundraiser for a variety of causes including United Way and has served on the Downtown Development Authority for the City of Richmond Hill.
Mia Mance Owner, Mia Talks Media & Marketing
Director, G100 the Throwback Station
Mia Mance has 19 years of media experience including radio, TV, film, print, and digital media. Mia combines her passion for people, community, business marketing, and social media management with her company, Mia Talks Media and Marketing. Mia also serves as the Director of G100Savannah, “The Throwback Station,” owned by Dick Broadcasting Company. Additionally, her roles include Public Service Director, Radio Personality, Producer of the Latin Lunch, and Podcast Producer. Connect Savannah has recognized Mia as the 2021 “Best Local Radio Personality.” She was also recognized by Georgia Broadcasters for “Radio Station of the Year,” “Radio Personality of the Year,” and a merit award for a Georgia voter education production. Mia was named Savannah Magazine’s 2020 “New Guard” and previously was named a Junior League of Savannah “Volunteer of the Year.”
Dr. Fran Witt President & CEO
Effingham Health System
Dr. Fran Witt confronts the challenges facing rural hospitals, which were compounded by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The national publication “Modern Healthcare” has named her to its “50 Most Influential Clinical Executives” and “20 Top Diversity Leaders” in the United States. A registered nurse by background, she went on to earn both an MBA and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. She spent 17 years in key leadership roles at Grady Health System in Atlanta and also worked with several hospitals and long-term care facilities in Florida and Chicago. She serves on the American Hospital Association’s Rural Health Services Committee, as well as several statewide Georgia hospital and healthcare boards. Locally, she is Vice President and Incoming Chair of the Effingham Chamber of Commerce.