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Linda Archer (Not Pictured)

The Carolina Music Museum welcomes Linda Archer to our Board as our new Treasurer, replacing John Warner who was instrumental in helping to establish the museum. We thank John for his guidance, for setting up the financial systems that undergird the museum and for his thoughtful voice in our meetings.

Linda graduated from the University of Iowa with degree in Accounting, cemented her Southern bona fides when she received her MBA in Business from Clemson. She spent thirteen years with Dow Chemical/Dow Brands before moving to BMW where she has served as Department Manager Controlling in the Finance Department for twenty-four and a half years.

Making a difference in her community is a priority with Linda which explains her busy schedule in Greenville’s non-profit sector. Currently the Treasurer of the Warehouse Theatre, she has had a long association with this upstate professional theatre since 2003–she did take a year off–and has been the board President and Vice President.

Linda served on the Compass of Carolina board for seven year and held the Chair and Treasurer positions during her tenure.  A Master Gardener, Linda currently holds the position as Second Vice President of the Greenville Master Gardener Association and has a keen interest in water gardening and, offers as proof, a KOI pond with 40 of these beautiful fish.

The museum looks forward to working with Linda Archer as we continue to build this first of its kind museum in the Carolinas!


Nancy Stanton

After a Texas to Atlanta migration that lasted five years, Nancy moved to Greenville in 1987.  After 35 years in the roller coaster world of financial services, she retired in 2003 and Nancy and her husband travelled extensively until he became ill and passed away in May of 2007.

In Greenville, she has reveled in the role of community volunteer and advocate, focusing on the performing arts:  she was extensively involved with the Greenville Symphony serving as the President of the organization’s Guild 2007-2008, the major fundraising entity for the symphony, and was a member of the symphony board for six years.  She also served as the 2016-2017 Membership Chair for Greenville Women Giving, a community-wide women’s philanthropic collective.

Nancy is currently on the board of Warehouse Theatre, a local professional theatre organization dedicated to high-quality productions of theatre classics, as well as challenging contemporary fare.

For more than a decade, she has been involved with the Southeastern Orchestra Volunteer Association (SOVA), a regional group that provides networking and support for symphony volunteers.  After having served in other officers’ positions, this year Nancy became President of the organization.

The Carolina Music Museum welcomes Nancy Stanton to our Board!


Andrew White

At the June Board meeting of the Carolina Music Museum one of the original board members, Andrew (Andy) White, was elected as its Secretary.

Andy is a retired attorney with more than 40 years of experience in business law. In his most recent role at Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd P.A., he led the legal teams charged with establishing the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville and Doodle Trail in Pickens County. He also provided legal services to executives from numerous international companies and represented both borrowers and lenders and buyers and sellers in major financial transactions.

He was recognized by The Best Lawyers in America in the fields of Corporate Law and Creditor-Debtor Rights – Insolvency and Reorganization Law and awarded highest peer review ranking (5 out of 5) by Martindale-Hubbell for professional ethics and legal ability. He chaired the Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd Retirement Plan and Benefits Committee from 2004 to 2014.

Andy has been active in the Greenville Community, serving as President of the Boards of the Greenville Symphony Association, Meals on Wheels of Greenville, and the Christ Church Endowment Corporation.  In 2015 and 2016 he served as the Interim Executive Director of the Greenville Symphony Association.  He currently serves on the Boards of the Greenville Health System, the South Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the S.C. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation. He is a graduate of Leadership Greenville, Class XXIV.

He has a B.A. in European Civilization from Washington & Lee University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of South Carolina, Order of Wig and Robe Academic Society. He also studied at Instituto de Estudios Norteamericanos, Madrid, Spain.

He is married to Susie White and has three adult children.

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