Board of Directors
MSN is led by individuals who know the Lord Jesus Christ as their savior and are dedicated to furthering His Kingdom through the support of those who are His “feet on the street”. They are:
Nelson Chandler, Chairman
Mr. Chandler is a retired federal employee with 32 years of logistics experience obtained with the U.S. Department of Army. His career experience is concentrated in logistics management with emphasis on transportation operations and program management. His experience with the Army includes positions with the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command and with Headquarters, Department of the Army, G4. In 2004, Mr. Chandler retired from civil service, culminating is career as Chief of the Transportation and Distribution Policy Division (GS-15) with Headquarters, Department of Army. In this position, he was responsible for the management of programs and policy governing the world-wide movement of Army sponsored cargo, freight and personnel using Department of Defense owned assets and commercial transportation. He was also responsible for the justification and execution oversight of an Army transportation budget of approximately $600 million during peacetime operations.
Since 1995, Mr. Chandler has been active in local church sponsored mission activities. As a former member of Annandale United Methodist Church in northern Virginia, he participated in flood recovery efforts in Franklin, Virginia, and hurricane rebuilding work in Haiti. Since retiring to North Carolina in 2004, he has participated in Methodist Church sponsored hurricane and flood recovery actions in Clyde, Canton and Swan Quarter, North Carolina. He has also participated in hurricane recovery work in the Bahamas. He has worked on low income housing projects sponsored by Habitat for Humanity and by the United Methodist Church. Mr. Chandler is currently serving as Chairman of the Missions Committee at Etowah United Methodist Church in Etowah, North Carolina.
Rev. Jerry Hill, Vice Chairman
Rev. Hill is pastor of Missions and Outreach for Buncombe Street United Methodist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. He previously pastored St. John United Methodist Church from 1992 to 2000. From 1986 to 2000, he worked for the Mental Health Association of Greenville County where he established the homeless outreach program for the Greenville Mental Health Center.
Rev. Hill has been instrumental in the formation of and serving on the Board of several 501(c)(3) organizations such as Greenville Area Interfaith Network (GAIN) and the Triune Mercy Center. Additionally, he has led a minimum of two International mission trips per year for the past five years.
Rev. Hill's missions experience helps Missionary Supply Network define how they can best meet the supply and logistical needs of missionaries as well as disaster relief coordinators.
Goudy Miller, Treasurer
Mr. Miller retired in 1994 after 25 years as President and CEO of Goudelock Advertising and Public Relations. During his professional career, he served as President of the Greenville Advertising Federation, South Carolina Governor for the American Advertising Federation and is a past recipient of the Silver Medal Award for distinguished advertising service.
He served as Chairman of the Greenville, SC Convention and Visitors Bureau and on the local boards of the American Cancer Society, Blue Ridge Council of the Boy Scouts, Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Greenville Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Metropolitan Arts Council.
Goudy has a BS degree in Marketing from the University of South Carolina. He is married to Fredna Taylor Miller and the father of three children and seven grandchildren. He is a member of First Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC.
KC Carter, Executive Director
Mr. Carter is the founder and has served as MSN's Executive Director since its inception in 2004. MSN was founded to provide mission teams and building materials to the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas after hurricanes Francis and Jeanne in the fall of 2004. Mr. Carter has successfully led MSN through its focus in the Bahamas to the Gulf Coast of Mississippi after hurricane Katrina in 2005 and now to assisting disaster victims in the Southeast since the summer of 2008. Since inception MSN and its teams of volunteers have totally rebuilt thirteen homes while assisting with the repair of dozens of additional homes.
Prior to founding MSN Mr. Carter was an entrepreneur in the telecommunications industry. In 1990 he founded PROFITLAB, Inc. a telecommunications consulting and bill management firm. PROFITLAB experienced consistent growth through the innovation of their bill auditing and bill management platforms allowing them to become a leader in the business process outsourcing of telecommunications accounts payables. In August 2004, the company was purchased by Cass Information Systems, a member of NASDAQ.
Mr. Carter is a past Board member of A Child’s Haven which provides therapeutic intervention for developmentally delayed, abused, and neglected young children and their families. He is actively involved in the Commission on Missions at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. He has either led or participated in dozens of mission trips to Mexico, the Bahamas, Poland, Haiti, Mississippi, Florida and South Carolina. He has also been a participant in Executive Ministries, a ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, since 1997.
Mr. Stambaugh,is Managing Director of The Hartness Systems Group. The Systems Group includes Hartness International Integration, Hartness Performance Solutions, and Hartness Conveyor Systems. Mr. Stambaugh has worked in the Packaging industry for over 20 years and has held positions on many industry boards and advisory committees. In 2003 Mr. Stambaugh became General Manager for Hartness International Integration. Over the last three years Hartness International Integration has grown from a start up company to the fastest growing integration services provider in the North American packaging market.
Mr. Stambaugh has been an active member of Buncombe Street United Methodist Church in Greenville since 1993. He currently is serving on the Board of Stewards and previously served on the Triune Mercy Center Board of Directors.