Riley Fellows in the News: January 28, 2020

Andy Brack (Lowcountry, Spring 2006), longtime publisher of the online Statehouse Report policy forecast, is the new publisher of the Charleston City Paper. Read more.

Beth Burke Richardson (Midlands, Spring 2019), member with Robinson Gray law firm, received the South Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Award. Read more.

Columbia Mayor Pro Tem Tameika Isaac Devine (Midlands, Fall 2007) was elected to the board of directors for the National League of Cities and reelected to the Board for Women in Municipal Government and the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials. Read more.

Kirby Mitchell (Upstate, Spring 2006), president of the Greenville County Bar Association, was reelected to serve a second term on the National Legal Aid and Defender Association’s board of directors. Read more.

Leo Twiggs (Midlands, Spring 2014), former art department chair and former museum director at South Carolina State University, was inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame. Read more.

Nika White (Upstate, Spring 2011) of Nika White Consulting, LLC, was named Greenville city director for Walker’s Legacy, a digital platform for professional and entrepreneurial multicultural women. Read more.

Selected by Greenville Business Magazine as being among the region’s 50 most influential people in 2019 are: Meghan Barp (Upstate, Spring 2019), president and CEO of United Way of Greenville County, Jody Bryson (Upstate, Fall 2005), president and CEO of the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center, Richard Hagins (Upstate, Fall 2017), CEO of US&S, Inc., Justin Hawkins (Upstate, Fall 2010), region bank president of Wells Fargo in Western South Carolina, Hank McCullough (Upstate, Spring 2010), senior manager of government and community relations for Piedmont Natural Gas, Adela Mendoza (Upstate, Fall 2009), executive director of Hispanic Alliance of South Carolina, Beth Paul (Upstate, Fall 2016), general manager of Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, and Carlos Phillips (Upstate, Spring 2017), president and CEO of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Chris Riley (Upstate, Spring 2006), former senior vice president of First Citizens Bank, received the honor posthumously. David Lominack (Upstate, Fall 2012), South Carolina market president for TD Bank, was selected for the publication’s Hall of Fame. Read more.

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