Kate Caldwell Nevin
Kate is the Founder and Board Chair of Charleston non-profit Enough Pie. Enough Pie is a catalyst for inclusive and inspiring community engagement in the Upper Peninsula of Charleston, SC through dynamic partnerships, artistic collaborations and creative placemaking. She is also the co-creator of 1600 Meeting Street with her husband Lindsay. 1600 Meeting is a renovated building that is home to many local businesses, creative entrepreneurs, artists and non-profits.
Kate is a dedicated member of the Charleston community giving her time to the Boards of the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and Friends of the Lowline. She has also been asked to serve on the Mayor’s Peninsula Advisory Commission. Kate is Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of the Ackland Art Museum in Chapel Hill, NC.
Kate received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1999 and completed The Executive Program of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business in June 2004. Kate is also a 2014 Riley Institute Fellow (Diversity Leadership).
She lives just outside of Charleston, SC with her husband and three children.