News

Riley Fellows in the News: June 11, 2020
Aimee Crouch (Midlands, Spring 2016), SCETV News director, was selected as a Public Media Women in Leadership ambassador. Read more. Jeff Graves (Upstate, Fall 2003) was named president and CEO
Riley Fellows in the News: May 27, 2020
Ann Angermeier (Upstate, Fall 2005), executive director of the Upstate Workforce Board, was named a 2020 Woman of Influence by the GSA Business Report. Read more. Adrian Grimes (Lowcountry, Fall
Riley Fellows in the News: May 13, 2020
Melanie Huggins (Midlands, Spring 2018), Richland Library executive director, was elected as president of the Public Library Association. Read more. Uvette Pope-Rodgers (Midlands, Spring 2015) is the new chief financial
Riley Fellows in the News: April 29, 2020
Special Series: Frontline Fellows The Riley Institute is extremely proud of the many Riley Fellows who are serving on the frontlines during the COVID-19 outbreak. We are highlighting your tremendous
Riley Fellows in the News: April 8, 2020
Aimee Crouch (Midlands, Spring 2016), formerly senior producer for News and Public Affairs, is now director of News for South Carolina ETV. Read more. Sky Foster (Upstate, Spring 2013), communications
Riley Fellows in the News: March 19, 2020
Mark Bounds (Lowcountry, Fall 2009), East Point Academy’s head of school, received the Order of the Palmetto for extraordinary service and achievements across the state. Read more. John Castile (Upstate,