Thursday, August 16, 2018

Kristina Heath appointed to Main Street Greenville Board of Trustees

Greenville, OH: Kristina Heath, co-owner of KTL Performance Mortgage, has joined the Main Street Greenville Board of Trustees. The goal of Main Street Greenville is to preserve and revitalize downtown Greenville, Ohio. The organization promotes historic preservation and economic development, resulting in a cultural downtown district that attracts and retains businesses and entrepreneurs, making downtown a desirable destination. Main Street Greenville hosts many programs and events, including First Fridays, Farmers’ Markets, the Hometown Holiday Horse Parade, downtown clean-up events, and much more.

Crysta Hutchinson, Executive Director of Main Street Greenville, remarked "We are thrilled to have Kristina Heath joining our Board of Trustees! Our board members are people who are passionate about their community and prioritize making Greenville a great place to live and work. Kristina is a high-energy, positive person and her creativity and vision are a welcome addition to our organizational leadership."

When asked about her nomination to the board, Kristina said “I am delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the continued revitalization of downtown Greenville. This organization has already had a tremendous impact on downtown and the community as a whole, and I’m very excited to be able to contribute to the on-going and future efforts of Main Street Greenville!”

Kristina was born and raised in Darke County and has lived in the area for the majority of her life. She spent her early career in the automotive sales management and financing field, developing a drive to succeed and a passion for working with people. In 2003 she joined the newly formed KTL Performance Mortgage as a Loan Officer, becoming a co-owner of the company in 2009. In 2013, Kristina and partner John Heath joined forces as Your Expert Mortgage Team. Kristina is a member of the Business & Professional Women of Ohio and is one of the founding members of the Richmond Independent Networking Group (RING).

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