Originally from Maumee, Ohio, Becky Pearson moved to South Carolina to complete a degree in Marine Science from Coastal Carolina University. Little did she know, the Lord had much different plans for her. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from CCU then went on to complete a Master of Education in Clinical Counseling and Development from Winthrop University. After becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor and working in the clinical/mental health field for several years, she answered the call to focus more exclusively on growing God's Kingdom through ministry with the children and families of Trenholm Road United Methodist Church. She is passionate about the spiritual growth of children and encouraging faith in Christ to be at the heart and foundation of each family.
Becky has a wonderful husband Travis (see above) and two precious children: Lorelei (2) and Asher (1). They have a dog named Ginger, a cat named Zeke, and a goldfish named Crackers The Goldfish (because that is what happens when a two year old names a goldfish).
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Alex is originally from Rock Hill, South Carolina. He graduated from Columbia International University with a degree in Youth Ministry, Family and Culture, as well as a degree in Biblical Studies. Alex and his wife, Miranda, got married in January 2018. They have two dogs, Tahoe and Cap. He is an avid fan of the Carolina Panthers, The University of South Carolina Gamecocks, and the Charlotte Hornets. Alex is passionate about discipleship, dodgeball, sports, and teenagers. You can often find him leading in-depth discussions about the best fast food locations in Columbia.
Tiffany has been at TRUMPS since 2001. She is a graduate of both the University of South Carolina and Clemson University, however, her roots and blood run garnet and black.
She married to a fabulous man (Mike) and has one daughter (Hailey) currently studying architecture at Clemson. She also has two fur babies and a grand puppy. Besides family and TRUMPS, when she’s not in Clemson or enjoying Lake Murray, she spends time working in the yard and trying to save every homeless Pit Bull on earth.
Judy has been at TRUMPS since 1997. She is the mother of 4 daughters and grandmother of 14. She graduated with an Associate’s degree in Early Care and Education in 2005.
Judy feels blessed to have met and been influenced by many children and parents who have attended TRUMPS, and loves to see high school students and older come back to visit and talk about their days at TRUMPS. Now, as Assistant Director, she enjoys the opportunity to stay involved with each and every child from Infant through 5th grade.