Lamont Sullivan, a 1998 North Greenville University graduate, became NGUís Director of Alumni Engagement on June 1, 2019.
Lamont is a Greenville native and served as a non-profit leader in the Upstate for many years before returning to his Alma Mater. He was CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of the Upstate for the final four years of a 16-year tenure with the organization. He provided leadership for the one-on-one mentoring organization which serves a six-county region.
A graduate of Travelers Rest High School, Lamont was active in collegiate ministry and played football at North Greenville. He completed a bachelor of arts degree with interdisciplinary studies in education, English, and Christian ministry. He completed a master of ministry degree from NGUís T. Walter Brashier Graduate School in 2013. He served as a member of the NGU Alumni Association Board of Directors and was instrumental in creation of the NGU Black Alumni Association.
Lamont currently serves as a board member for New Life Ministries and the United Way of Greenville African American Leadership. He is a graduate of Leadership Greenville Class 41. He has filled varied roles in local churches, including currently serving as associate minister, menís ministry leader, and Sunday School teacher at Rock of Ages Baptist Church.
Lamont and his wife, Shonette, have four children. They reside in Simpsonville.
Lamont Sullivan '13, '98
Director of Alumni Engagement