Riley Fellows in the News: April 8, 2021
Pictured: Adrienne Fairwell. Photograph courtesy of South Carolina ETV.
Chandra Dillard (Upstate, Fall 2004), director of community relations at Furman University, was named history and heritage advisor to the City of Greenville. Read more.
Adrienne Fairwell (Statewide Class I, Fall 2020) will join Arizona PBS as general manager. Read more.
Chase Glenn (Lowcountry, Fall 2018) was named MUSC director of LGBTQ+ health services and enterprise resources. Read more.
Lee Luff (Upstate, Fall 2004) was elected president of the South Carolina Association of Hospital Auxiliaries. Read more.
Charlotte McDavid (Upstate, Spring 2016), executive director of academic innovation and technology for the Greenville County School District, was recognized as an outstanding alumna by Clemson University’s College of Education. Read more.
Barbara Melvin (Lowcountry, Fall 2015) of South Carolina Ports Authority was selected for the Intermodal Association of North America board. Read more.
Lee Anne Scales (Upstate, Spring 2020) is now vice president of corporate giving for United Way of Greenville County. Read more.
The Riley Institute is now accepting applications for the 2021 WhatWorksSCTM Award, which celebrates highly effective programs making a difference in South Carolina public education. For more information, click here.