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39 Lowcountry leaders graduate from the Riley Institute's award-winning diversity program
Thirty-nine leaders from across the Lowcountry have new tools and perspectives to leverage diversity to improve organizational outcomes and drive social and economic progress in South Carolina, gained through their
Riley Fellows in the News: December 15, 2021
Read the latest updates about Riley Fellows career changes, board and commission appointments, professional honors, and more.
34 Public Media Leaders Graduate from National Diversity Program
Last week, 34 public media professionals from across the country were part of the second class to graduate from the Public Media Diversity Leaders Initiative (PMDLI), a program of the
40 leaders graduate from 30th Upstate Diversity Leaders Initiative class
Forty leaders from across the Upstate have new tools and perspectives to leverage diversity to improve organizational outcomes and drive social and economic progress in South Carolina
Spartanburg Northside Initiative to receive inaugural Riley Institute award
The Northside Initiative is an ongoing, comprehensive, “inside-out” transformation of a neighborhood in Spartanburg long beset by poverty’s challenges and is committed to increasing wellbeing and opportunity for existing and
Senator Thomas Alexander, community health leader Roland Gardner to receive Riley Institute leadership awards
The Riley Institute has announced that Senator Thomas Alexander (R-Oconee/Pickens) will receive the 2022 OneSouthCarolina Legislative Leadership Award. Roland Gardner, CEO of Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Comprehensive Health Services (BJHCHS), will receive the