Tuesday, January 20, 2015


Martin and Flood
GREENVILLE, OH – The Darke County Visitors Bureau (DCVB) elected two new members to the board of trustees at its recent meeting. They are Mrs. Lisa Martin and Mrs. Terri Flood.
Lisa Martin

Mrs. Lisa Martin has been a resident of Greenville most of her life and is a graduate of Greenville High School. Fresh out of high school, Mrs. Martin began her career with Greenville National Bank. She took various classes at Edison Community College, attended Bank Compliance School and the Blythe School of Banking. After 18 years in banking, Mrs. Martin left to enter the non-profit sector working with teenagers and adult volunteers while employed by Youth for Christ of the Miami Valley (fka Darke County Youth for Christ).

Eleven years later, Mrs. Martin returned to Greenville National Bank where she was recently promoted to Marketing and Development Officer. She and her husband, Tracey, have two adult children. Mrs. Martin is excited to serve on the Visitors Bureau Board as she believes that Darke County is a great place to live, raise a family, work and visit; and she wants others to fully experience all that Darke County has to offer.

Terri Flood

As the Director of Marketing and Communications at Wayne HealthCare, Mrs. Terri Flood brings several years of experience in marketing, public relations and community outreach to Darke County.
Prior to Wayne HealthCare, Mrs. Flood was employed for 9 years at Western Kentucky University Health Services, where she developed their brand and managed all marketing efforts. Mrs. Flood also served as an adjunct faculty member for the Healthcare Administration program at the university.

A graduate of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Mrs. Flood earned both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Healthcare Administration degrees.

Flood and her husband Haleston, have a one child (stepson). Mrs. Flood is a Kentucky native, who moved to Greenville in 2014.

In addition to serving as a member of the Visitors Bureau Board of Directors, Mrs. Flood is looking forward to increasing the awareness of the unique opportunities available for residents of Darke County as well as those who are looking for a great place to live, work and visit.

Terri has numerous leadership and volunteer roles, as well as professional memberships, including the following:

  • • Board of Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby and Darke County
  • • Ambassador for Darke County Chamber of Commerce
  • • Member of the Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Development

Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Flood join other professionals on the board of trustees for the Darke County Visitors Bureau. They are: Roger Van Frank, Executive Director of Darke County Parks and President of the DCVB Board; Aaron Moran, Superintendent Versailles Schools and Vice President of the DCVB Board; Scott Hartings, Controller, KitchenAid and Treasurer of the DCVB Board; Merri Niekamp, Office Manager, Esarey & Associates, LLC and Secretary of the DCVB Board; Larry Boos, Eldora Speedway Operations and Past President of the DCVB Board; Ted Abney, The Bistro Off Broadway; Dennis Baker, Darke County CIC; Roy Brown, Inn at Versailles; Diane Delaplane, Darke County Commissioner; Sharon Deschambeau, Darke County Chamber of Commerce; Amber Garrett, Main Street Greenville; Clinton Randall, Bluebag Media; Daryl Riffle, Darke County Fair; Leon Rogers, City of Greenville and Deanna York, Executive Director of the DCVB.

“The board of the Darke County Visitors Bureau is dynamic with trustees that are actively engaged in the community,” stated Roger Van Frank, President of the DCVB Board of Trustees. “We are excited that both Mrs. Flood and Mrs. Martin have agreed to serve on the board. They bring valuable assets to the bureau and the Darke County community.”

The members of the board met on January 7, 2015, to strategize a new mission and vision for the DCVB. Results will be released at the board’s March meeting.

For additional information on the organization, visit the website at www.VisitDarkeCounty.org. Daily updates can be found on Facebook by following DarkeCountyOhio.

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