Darin Myers is President of The Alternative Board (TAB) in the Central Savannah River Area including Augusta, Aiken, Evans, and surrounding communities.
Darin has held senior executive positions in the nuclear utility industry with several Fortune 500 companies over the last 30 years. Specifically, he has worked in several functions including operations, maintenance and construction, and training. He has proven success in leading large and small organizations regarding strategic planning and alignment, employee development, organizational performance improvement, accountability, and coaching. Recently, he has started a family business focused on home health care providing him the knowledge and experience surrounding small to medium size business operators.
Darin’s passion and focus are assisting individuals and teams to reach their goals and vision. The highly effective TAB approach of peer advisory boards, coaching techniques, and analytical tools provide an approach for Darin to contribute his leadership, experience, and personable yet challenging style to allow business owners to improve and meet their personal and business aspirations.
Darin served in the Navy on submarines and has a BS degree in Human Resources and an MBA from Olivet University. He currently serves on the Forces United board locally. He has been married to his wife Christy for 30+ years and they have twin daughters Hannah and Emma.
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