Riley Fellows in the News: February 26, 2021

Graham Adams (Midlands, Spring 2018), president and CEO of the SC Office of Rural Health, Lila Anna Sauls (Midlands, Spring 2018), executive director of Homeless No More, and Mike Young (Midlands, Spring 2020), co-interim director of PASOs, are now on the South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development board of directors. Read more.

Amelia McKie (Midlands, Spring 2015), Richland Two school board member, was elected as Region 8 Director of the South Carolina School Boards Association. Read more.

Jason Richards (Upstate, Fall 2010), global business director for NAI Earle Furman, joined Public Education Partners’ board of directors. Read more.

Carl Ritchie (Lowcountry, Fall 2016), Mount Pleasant police chief, has announced his retirement after 32 years with the department. Read more.

Allen Smith (Upstate, Fall 2013) leads OneSpartanburg, Inc., which was recognized as 2020 Outstanding Chamber of the Year by the Carolinas Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. Read more.

Marjory Wentworth (Lowcountry, Fall 2016) received the South Carolina Governor’s Award for the Arts for her service as poet laureate of South Carolina. Read more.

Join us virtually on March 2 for Insurrection at the Capitol: Insights from a Former White Nationalist. Derek Black, godson of David Duke and former heir apparent to the white nationalist movement, will join Furman philosophy professor Aaron Simmons, Ph.D., for a conversation about the undercurrents, identities, and passions that motivated the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Learn more and register.