“The physicians at Southern Eye Associates founded Servants for Sight and hold key leadership roles. Two years ago I was introduced to the physicians as a consultant to help improve their clinical practice. I quickly witnessed the physicians’ commitments to helping others and serving God. Their work has just begun, and Servants for Sight will help us touch more lives.”
Ray Bergey, Chairman of the Board
Ray is currently a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. He has been married for thirty six years, and is blessed with two daughters and three grandchildren. Ray has experience in real estate, financial services and development with faith-based non-profit organizations.
James Bailey, CPA – Board Member
In addition to leading the formation and development of Servants for Sight, Mr. Bailey has been working with the physicians at Southern Eye to improve the patient satisfaction, operational and financial aspects of their practice. He is excited about taking his first mission trip, and is busy developing programs to provide eye care for the disadvantaged in South Carolina. James has over eighteen years of financial, operational and management experience including a six-year public accounting career with Ernst & Young. He earned his B.S. degree in Accounting from Clemson University and became a certified public accountant in 1990. James lives in Greenville with his wife and two children.
Bradley B. Williams, M.D.
Dr. Williams is one of the senior partners at Southern Eye and has a passion for helping others through eye care and sharing the word of God. Brad has experienced the hard work and joy of foreign mission trips. He attended the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, earned his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina and served his ophthalmology residency at the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Williams is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Brad lives in Greenville with his wife and 4 children and been in private practice since 1987. He is an avid outdoorsman. Dr. Williams considers ophthalmology a ministry, and his greatest desire is to please the God he serves. His greatest earthly joy is his family.