Area Commissioners



Mr. Dewayne Ennis

Mr. Dewayne Ennis is the chairman of the DTC Area Commission. He was appointed to the DTC Area Commission in 2011. Mr. Ennis is a native of Estill, SC and currently serves as the Town Administrator for the city of Allendale, SC. He is also a graduate of the University of South Carolina.





Mr. Calvin Wright

Mr. Calvin Wright has served on the DTC Area Commission since the 1990s. Mr. Wright is the executive director of the Orangeburg-Calhoun-Allendale-Bamberg Community Action Agency which works in these four counties to break the cycle of poverty through child and adult literacy programs, job and computer training and emergency assistance for low income people.




Mr. Thomas Williams

Mr. Thomas Williams was appointed to the DTC Area Commission in 2013. Mr. Williams is a native of Barnwell, South Carolina. He is a graduate of South Carolina State University where he received a B.S. Degree in Business Administration and a minor in Accounting. He is the past chairperson of Barnwell County Council and has served as Barnwell County Democratic Party Treasurer for over 20 years. He has been employed at the Savannah River Site for the past 28 years. Mr. Williams is presently serving as a Project Manager for Savannah River Remediation.



Mr. Leon Harden

Mr. Leon Harden has been a DTC Area Commissioner since 1992. Mr. Harden lives in Allendale SC and knows the benefit of a DTC education. Mr. Harden is a DTC alumnus receiving training in construction which has been his life long profession.





Mr. James Hayes

James D. Hayes has been on the Area Commission since 2005. He retired as a Principal Engineer in 2007. Mr. Hayes is a graduate of SC State University and the University of Tennessee. Nevertheless, he is still a student, and is now enrolled in the master of divinity program at Erskine Seminary in Due West.




Mrs. Peggy Faust

Mrs. Peggy Faust was appointed to the DTC Area Commission in 2009. She has lived in Bamberg County and Denmark most of her life. Mrs. Faust graduated from the old Voorhees High School. Faust then attended Voorhees College and later earned a master’s degree in education at the University of South Carolina.




Ms. Gwendolyn Bright

Gwendolyn Bright was appointed to the DTC Area Commission in 2012. Ms. Bright is a member of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education. She is a native of Columbia. Ms. Bright received her M.S. Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Carolina. She is employed by the Department of Corrections as Division Director of Inmate Services. Ms. Bright is also a Criminal Justice adjunct instructor at Benedict College.



Ms. Brenda Williams

Brenda L. Williams was appointed to the DTC Area Commission in 2015 and is a native of Orangeburg. She is Vice President of Strategy and Compliance at the Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties. She received a master’s degree in hospital administration from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. She is a founding member of the Orangeburg/Calhoun Free Medical Clinic and the Orangeburg Family YMCA. She currently serves as board chair of the Tri-County Health Network as well as board chairperson of the OCAB Community Actions Agency and as vice president of membership for the Orangeburg County Chamber of Commerce and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

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