Amy Hansen brings a multitude of skills to the SC Power Team as the Executive Assistant and Operations Manager. She thrives being a part of a team in a busy, goal oriented, and caring environment.
As the Executive Assistant and Operations Manager, Amy’s responsibilities include office management, executive support/scheduling, board management, finance and audit oversight and software technical administration.
Before joining the SC Power Team, Amy worked for the Sumter School District for 25 years. During her time at Sumter School District, she coordinated meetings/special events, maintained budgets, handled employee time sheets, and assisted with board by-laws. Prior to working for Sumter School District, Amy worked as Inventory Control Secretary for Martin Color-Fi, Inc performing various administrative duties. She also worked as a Customer Service Representative at Landmark Financial Services dealing with numerous aspects of loans.
Amy is a graduate of Sumter High School and Sumter County Career Center. Amy and her husband Jeff share three sons together, Britton, Bradley and Brandon who all graduated from The Citadel. Amy’s most important role is being a grandmother.
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”-Anne Frank
Things other people say about Amy
she is loyal, dedicated, and she safeguards confidential matters. She loves people, she has a sense of humor, she plays hard, but she works even harder.
the beach, any beach. I love to see people having fun and enjoying themselves, but I also love 4:00 PM when the sun begins to set, and often it’s just me and the quiet of the ocean. I love the mountains of West Virginia, especially riding four wheelers with extended family.
Her most precious time is spent…
with family, Sunday activities, Wednesday night dinners, and every moment spent with my grandchildren.
as a young child she dreamed of being an astronaut, but her hopes were squashed when she realized she had a fear of flying. In 1988, she met Project Mercury Astronaut Wally Schirra. He encouraged her to take a short flight somewhere. It took an additional twenty-eight years, but in 2016, she conquered that fear with a flight to New York.
Who Amy was back then…
a flute player in her high school band, and really enjoyed the Friday night marching band performances during half-times.