• Board of Directors


  • Roger Miller Roger Miller

    Chair 2023

    Roger is the Senior Community Banker for Morris Bank, located in Downtown Dublin. He obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration/Management Information Systems degree from Georgia Southern University and is a graduate of the LSU Banking School and UGA Banking School. With over 36 years of banking experience, Roger has served his hometown community in many capacities throughout the years, including the Dublin Exchange Club, Habitat for Humanity, and the Dublin-Laurens Chamber of Commerce.  He is married to Julie Miller and they have three children, Justin, Kendell, and Whitney. 

    Roger's Board term will expire December 31, 2024.


  • Jennifer Bryant Jennifer Bryant

    Incoming Chair and Vice Chair of Community Development

    Jennifer Bryant is the Member Services Manager at Oconee EMC where she has been employed since 2005.
    Jennifer is a 2001 graduate from East Laurens High School. In 2005, she received her bachelor’s degree in Advertising, Marketing & Communication from Wesleyan College. 
    As a charter member of Laurens Youth Leadership, Class of 1999, Jennifer is honored to be a LYL Program Director for the past 16 years.
    Jennifer is married to David Bryant, and they have two boys, Parker and Caleb. As a family, they attend Dexter Baptist Church. 
    Oconee EMC is committed to the communities it serves and values community involvement from its employees. Jennifer is blessed to be the Member Services Manager and have the opportunity to give back to the community and its citizens.  

    Jennifer's term will expire December 31, 2024.



  • Pat Brock Pat Brock

    Vice Chair of Membership Services and Communications

    Pat Brock is the Public Information Officer for the Laurens County Board of Education.  She has hosted Real Talk on TV-35 WDIG since her return to Georgia in 2013. In 1988, Pat graduated from Dublin High School and received athletic and academic scholarships to Gordon College in Barnesville, Georgia.  She later received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Georgia College & State University and a master’s degree in drama therapy from Kansas State University.  Pat also studied On-Camera/Film Acting in Kansas City and Virginia, where she performed in a traveling theatre troupe and one-woman show.  Pat faithfully serves on the Hope In Darkness Global Foundation Team as a Dramatic Arts Expert and as a Youth Leader and Pastor’s Aid President at The House of Refuge Ministries International.  In 2018, Pat received the KR3 & Co. Choice Award for Setting Standards in television broadcasting and was featured in Standard Magazine.  She is happily married to Pastor Martin L. Brock and they share 7 children together.    

    Pat's Board term will expire December 31, 2023.


  • Zachary McCullers Zachary McCullers


    Zach is a 2012 graduate of Georgia College and State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.  Zach joined Farmers State Bank in 2014 and brings 8 years of experience in banking and finance. Zach has previously served 5 years (2016-2021) as a Chamber Ambassador and was recognized in 2018 as Ambassador of the year. Zach is a member of Crosspoint Community Church where he currently serves as Elder of Worship. Zach is married to Allie McCullers, COTA for Collective Therapy in Dublin. They have two children, Ben and Selah, whom they enjoy spending time with making memories.


    Zach's Board term expires December 31, 2023.

  • Billy Frost Billy Frost

    Past Chair

    Billy is the owner of Home Instead, Dublin, Georgia.  Billy was born in Winston-Salem, NC in June of 1962 and came to Dublin in 1964.  He attended Dublin City School and went on to receive a business degree from Georgia College in 1988.  He was employed with BellSouth advertising 12 years before purchasing a Home Instead  franchise in 2005.  He has an office in Dublin and Statesboro where he enjoys being involved with the community and caring for seniors. He is a member of First United Methodist Church, a former board member of Dublin County Club and is an active member of the Chamber. Billy has one son, Austin Frost.

    Billy’s Board term will expire December 2023

  • Heath Taylor Heath Taylor


    Heath  is the President/CEO of the Dublin-Laurens Chamber of Commerce, is a native  of Augusta GA. Heath served as the Vice President of Business and Community Development at the Aiken Chamber of Commerce and as Vice President at the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce in Evans, GA. He is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute through the University of Georgia and currently serves on the Board of Regents for the U.S Chamber Institute of Organizational Management,   the GA Chamber Federation Advisory Council, the GA Rural Prosperity Council, the GA Chamber of Commerce Executives Board as the Region 9 Representative, and the Robins Regional Museum of Aviation Board of Directors. He has served as Community Lay Director for the Georgia-Lina Walk to Emmaus and currently serves as Pastor, Gough Baptist Church.  Heath is married to Tammy and has three children, Trenton, Camden, and Kyla.


  • Jason Dollar Jason Dollar


    Jason Dollar graduated with a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Accounting in 2004 from Georgia Southern University. 
    He obtained his Certified Public Accounting (CPA) license in July 2006.  From 2004 through 2011 Jason was an audit
    manager with Nichols, Cauley and Associates, LLC in Dublin, GA.  In August 2011, Jason joined the Bank of Dudley
    and currently serves as the Vice President of Commercial Lending.  He is a member of Christ Chapel Dublin.  He is
    past president and board member of the Dublin Exchange Club and past president and board member of Dublin Habitat
    for Humanity. Jason is a life long resident of Dublin-Laurens County.  He and his wife, Mindy, have two children Molly Kate, 9 and Jenson,3.

    Jason's Board term will expire December 31, 2023.

  • Bill Glisson Bill Glisson

    Bill Glisson is a graduate of Georgia Southern University and is an Education Supervisor for Georgia Power Company.  Bill has worked with Georgia Power for 29 years in various roles across the state.  He has resided in Laurens County, with his wife Betsy, since 2014. Prior to moving to Laurens County, Bill lived in Harris County, Georgia for 21 years where he was active in the community by serving on the Board of Directors for the Harris County Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors and Development Board for Twin Lakes, LLC, Booster Club President for Harris County High School sports programs, served on the Harris County Board of Equalization and was a graduate of Leadership Harris in 2009. He has led as Chairman of the Board from 2008-2011, the Hydro Power Safety Issues group which is a National Organization committed to safety around the nation’s public reservoirs and recreation areas.

    Bill is a graduate of the 2020 Dublin-Laurens Leadership class and will be serving on the 2020/2021 Leadership Board.

    Bill's Board term will expire December 31, 2023.

  • Richard Nesbitt Richard Nesbitt

    Richard is the President/CEO of Renesdi Banquets & Events and is a native of Irwinton, Georgia. He has served over 30 years in the US Military where he obtained the rank of First Class.  During his military career, he received the Army Services Medal, Nation Defense Medal, Army Achievement medal, Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Development Ribbon, Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Development ribbon, Southeast Asia Ribbon, Army Meritorious Service medal and the Army Sharpshooter Rifle Badge.  He is  graduate of the Military NCO Academy, and Advance NCO Academy. 

    Richard received an Associate of Art degree from the University of Phoenix. He currently serves as Chairperson of the Dublin-Laurens County Black Festival  Committee and the President of the Cascade Circle Neighborhood Watch Program.  He and his wife, Diane, are members at Williams Chapel Baptist Church, where he is a deacon.  Richard and Diane have two children, Quentin and Lakesha.

    Richard's Board term will expire December 31, 2024.

  • Don Avery Don Avery

    DONALD R. AVERY, FACHE, is the President/CEO Fairview Park Hospital, Dublin, GA.   He has been at Fairview Park since May of 2008. Prior to that, Don worked in hospital leadership positions in Jacksonville, FL, Valdosta, GA, and Columbus, GA. 

    Don served in the US Air Force for 6 years as a pilot, instructor pilot, and operations officer.  He received his undergraduate education at the US Air Force Academy and earned two graduate degrees in business and health science at the University of FL. 

    Don has been very active in his community, serving on and chairing multiple local boards, and in his church as an elder and teacher. He has also been involved in various healthcare professional organizations at both the state and national levels.  Currently he is the Chairman of the Georgia Hospital Association Board and the Chair-elect of the Alliant Health Board of Directors.   

    He has been a speaker at several state and national hospital association meetings, as well as a regular guest lecturer at several universities. He currently serves as a faculty member at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. 

    Don has been married to Fara for 38 years and has a married daughter, Amelia, and two grandchildren. In his free time, he likes to travel, fly his airplane, read, play golf, do cross fit, and play tennis and pickleball. 

    Don's Board term will expire December 31, 2025

  • Brian Howell Brian Howell


    Brian C. Howell has served as an educator for 25 years. He has worked in Dublin City Schools, Laurens County Schools, and currently serves as the Director of Student Service in Twiggs County. In addition to being an educator, Brian is a licensed Realtor with Century 21, serves as the President of the Dublin-Laurens Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., and is a member of Greater Macedonia Church. 

    Brian is married to Donita Howell, and their blended family includes his three sons Brian Jr. (BJ), Braylon, and Briceton.

    Brian's term will expire December 31, 2025.