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 of KHBS- TV/KHOG-TV, serving Northwest Arkansas. Read more.

Heather Brandt (Midlands, Spring 2013) was named director of the St. Jude HPV Cancer Prevention Program and co-associate director of outreach for its Comprehensive Cancer Center. Read more.

Shawn Foster (Midlands, Spring 2016) is now superintendent of the Orangeburg County School District. Read more.

Maya Pack (Upstate, Fall 2019) is now executive director of the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health. Read more.

Deb Richardson-Moore (Upstate, Spring 2010) has retired after 15 years of leading Triune Mercy Center. Read more.

Bill Tuten (Lowcountry, Fall 2009) was named Charleston County’s new administrator. Read more.

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