STEM Development Foundation Board Members
Pamela Trimnal – Chairperson
Frank Mobley – Treasurer
Dick McCoy – Secretary
Matthew Dosch – Past Chairperson
David C. Williams
STEM Development Foundation Officers
Pamela serves as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Media Services for Comporium, where she is responsible for driving strategy and planning activity for all Comporium products and services in all markets. In addition to internal and external brand management, she is also responsible for public relations, corporate philanthropy, the development of creative resources, and CN2 News, a nightly original newscast reporting on hyper local content for their video subscribers.
A graduate of Clemson University with a B.S. in Marketing and an MBA from Winthrop University, Mrs. Trimnal serves in numerous leadership roles in her community, including serving on the board of Clemson University College of Business Alumni Loyalty Board, Lancaster County Clemson Club Board, North Elementary PTO Treasurer, as well as past leadership roles as a member of Springs Memorial Hospital’s Healthy Woman Advisory Board and Upper Palmetto YMCA.
On a personal note, Mrs. Trimnal is a resident of Lancaster and is married to Brian Trimnal and the couple has three children: Tyler, Dabney and Alexandria.
Mr. Mobley is CEO of Immedion, LLC, data storage and Cloud services company based in Greenville, SC with data facilities in Greenville, Columbia and Charleston in South Carolina and Asheville, North Carolina. Under his leadership, Immedion was selected as the 2010 Small Business of the Year by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. For seven years prior to establishing Immedion, Frank was responsible for the overall operations, including network and facility operations, customer support and product development for Peak 10, one of the largest providers of data center services in the United States. As CEO, Frank oversees the strategic direction of Immedion.
Dr. Richard (Dick) L. McCoy
Dr. McCoy is a retired pediatrician and health educator based in Rock Hill, SC. He was in private pediatric practice from 1980 – 2001. Upon retirement in 2001, he enrolled in the Executive MBA program at Winthrop University (Rock Hill). Since 2004, he has been an adjunct professor at Winthrop University and Pfeiffer University (Charlotte, NC) where he taught in their respective Healthcare Management programs. He is active in his hometown community of Rock Hill serving on two advisory boards at Winthrop University and recently joined the SC ETV Endowment Board in Spartanburg, SC. In addition to Dr. McCoy’s medical background, he is a chemical engineering graduate of NC State University (Raleigh, NC).
Mr. Dosch is the Executive Vice President of Customer Operations and External Affairs at Comporium Communications, a communications company. His responsibilities include the company’s residential services, business services, customer contact center and external affairs, for all of Comporium’s areas of operation, which incorporates York and Lancaster counties and the Midlands region of South Carolina and Transylvania County in North Carolina. He led a team to develop and promote the launch of gigabit broadband connectivity to the upstate. Prior to joining Rock Hill in August 1994, Dosch spent four years as the manager of regulatory and legislative affairs for OPASTCO – the Organization for the Promotion and Advancement of Small Telecommunications Companies – where he represented the views of small and rural local exchange carriers before the Federal Communications Commission, Congress, and other Federal agencies.