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Riley Fellows in the News: February 26, 2021
Graham Adams (Midlands, Spring 2018), president and CEO of the SC Office of Rural Health, Lila Anna Sauls (Midlands, Spring 2018), executive director of Homeless No More, and Mike Young
Riley Fellows in the News: January 13, 2021
Among those elected or reelected to public office in South Carolina are: Alfred Mae Drakeford (Midlands, Spring 2010), mayor of Camden; Gayla McSwain (Lowcountry, Spring 2007), Goose Creek City Council
Riley Fellows in the News: December 17, 2020
Kimberly Johnson (Midlands, Spring 2012) was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives. Among those reelected to the South Carolina House of Representatives are: Beth Bernstein (Lowcountry, Fall 2019); Gilda
Riley Fellows in the News: December 9, 2020
Jack Bass (Lowcountry, Fall 2011) and Nathalie Dupree (Lowcountry, Fall 2012) were honored by Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg (Lowcountry, Fall 2014), who proclaimed November 24 as “Jack Bass and Nathalie
Riley Fellows in the News: November 24, 2020
33 of the 54 members of the Creating a Safer Upstate Discovery Committee are Riley Fellows. The Discovery Committee, a Ten at the Top initiative, promotes collaboration among stakeholders to