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Eleanor Dunlap is the Chief Impact Officer with The Graham Foundation, a family foundation that supports the arts, environment, education, housing and other efforts to improve quality of life. She has spent most of her career building community and non-profit capacity, with experience in a rural non-profit organization, state health department, tri-county health partnership, United Way and managing an organizational development consulting firm. She led a multi-sector coalition, LiveWell Greenville, that evolved into a national model in creating healthy communities. Dunlap serves on the executive committee of the Greenville Housing Fund board, is a past board chair of the Piedmont Health Foundation, provides strategic leadership on the steering committee of the Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy and has joined the board of the SC ETV Endowment. Dunlap earned her Master of Public Health degree from the University of South Carolina and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Clemson University. She is a Fellow of the ninth class of the Liberty Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.