Amy Tinsley is the executive director of the South Carolina Automotive Council. The council, part of the South Carolina Manufacturer’s Alliance, promotes continued growth of the state’s $27 billion automotive manufacturing industry.
The council serves as a network where manufacturers and suppliers can engage on issues affecting the industry and the group works with state and local organizations on workforce and economic development efforts for the industry. The council each year holds the state’s Automotive Summit.
Prior to working at the council, Amy was a strategy and planning manager at Duke Energy.
Amy, who lives in Greenville, is a graduate of Presbyterian College with a degree in political science. She has a Master of Public Administration and an MBA, both from the University of South Carolina.
Amy is active on the Presbyterian College Alumni Board, Serenity Place, a residential facility for pregnant women and young mothers, and in the Junior League of Greenville.