Riley Fellows in the News: October 2, 2020
21 of the 32 members of the newly formed Racial Equity and Economic Mobility (REEM) Commission are Riley Fellows. A joint effort by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, United Way
Riley Fellows in the News: September 14, 2020
David Dubberly (Midlands, Spring 2016), attorney with Nexsen Pruet, was elected to the Midlands Technical College Foundation Board. Read more. Moryah Jackson (Midlands, Spring 2014) is now vice president and
Riley Fellows in the News: August 12, 2020
Angela Bain (Midlands, Spring 2017) is now interim superintendent for the newly formed Clarendon School District 4. Read more. Bruce Barkley (Upstate, Fall 2016) was named president and general manager
Riley Fellows in the News: July 8, 2020
Russell Booker (Upstate, Fall 2009) is slated to become executive director of the Spartanburg Academic Movement and diversity and economic inclusion consultant for the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce. Read
Riley Fellows in the News: June 25, 2020
Michael Mikota (Midlands, Spring 2015) was named president of Spartanburg Community College. Read more. Damon Qualls (Upstate, Fall 2019), principal of Monaview Elementary School, was named Greenville County Schools administrator
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