Riley Fellows in the News: February 13, 2020

Latoya Dixon (Midlands, Spring 2019), former director of the SC Department of Education’s office of school transformation, was named director of elementary programs and gifted education in York School District One. Read more.

Nathalie Dupree (Lowcountry, Fall 2012), founding chair of the Charleston Wine + Food Festival and author of the new cookbook, Nathalie Dupree’s Favorite Stories and Recipes, was honored with “Nathalie Dupree Day” following a proclamation by Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg (Lowcountry, Fall 2014). Read more.

Debra Gammons (Lowcountry, Fall 2009), director of the office of diversity initiatives at the Charleston School of Law, received the College of Charleston’s 2019 Alumna of the Year Award. Read more.

Lindsay Joyner (Midlands, Spring 2019), attorney with Gallivan, White & Boyd, received the Richland County Bar Association’s Civic Star Award, recognizing service in the Richland County community. Read more.

Max Metcalf (Upstate, Fall 2007), manager of government and community relations at BMW Manufacturing Company, LLC, was elected to chair the Greenville Chamber’s board of directors in 2021. Read more.

Terence Roberts (Upstate, Fall 2007), Anderson mayor, was selected to chair Ten at the Top’s board of directors for 2020-2021. Read more.

Chuck Saylors (Upstate, Spring 2015), Greenville County Schools board of trustees member, was installed as president of the South Carolina School Boards Association. Read more.

Tiger Wells (Midlands, Spring 2012), former director of governmental affairs for the Municipal Association of South Carolina, joined Duke Energy as its government affairs director for South Carolina. Read more.

Join us February 26th for “Immigration Policy and Politics in 2020: Separating Fact from Fiction” with Woodrow Wilson Fellow in Residence Angela Maria Kelley. Learn more.