Riley Fellows in the News: February 9, 2022

David Feild (Upstate, Spring 2020), Colliers International market president, was named chair of Ten at the Top’s board of directors. Read more

Grady Johnson (Lowcountry, Fall 2009) was named executive director of the Harbor Entrepreneur Center. Read more

Bryan Stirling (Midlands, Spring 2016), South Carolina Department of Corrections director, received the national Correctional Leaders Association’s Tom Clements Innovation and Achievement Award. Read more

Tiger Wells (Midlands, Spring 2012) of Duke Energy Corporation was appointed to the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina’s board of directors, and Tony McDade (Upstate, Fall 2010) is now a committee member. Read more

Among those selected as entrants to the Greenville Business Magazine‘s Hall of Fame are Carlos Phillips (Upstate, Spring 2017), president and CEO of the Greenville Chamber, and Nika White (Upstate, Spring 2011), president and CEO of Nika White Consulting. In addition, nine Riley Fellows are among those selected as Greenville Business Magazine‘s 2021 50 Most Influential: Michael Allen (Upstate, Spring 2012), CEO of MOA Architecture Inc.; Louise Connell (Upstate, Spring 2014), supplier diversity manager with BMW Manufacturing Co.; Justin Hawkins (Upstate, Fall 2010), South Carolina regional bank director of Wells Fargo & Company; Tammie Hoy Hawkins (Statewide, Fall 2020), president and CEO of Community Works; Merle Johnson (Upstate, Fall 2021), director of economic and community development for the City of Greenville; James Jordon (Upstate, Fall 2012), founder and president of The Jordon Companies; Deborah McKetty (Upstate, Spring 2012), president of the South Carolina Community Loan Fund; Max Metcalf (Upstate, Fall 2007), manager of government and community relations for BMW Manufacturing Co.; and Burke Royster (Upstate, Fall 2017), superintendent of Greenville County Schools. Read more