Riley Fellows in the News: June 25, 2020
Michael Mikota (Midlands, Spring 2015) was named president of Spartanburg Community College. Read more.
Damon Qualls (Upstate, Fall 2019), principal of Monaview Elementary School, was named Greenville County Schools administrator of the year. Read more.
Glenis Redmond (Upstate, Fall 2013), poet in residence at the Peace Center, teaching artist, and founder of Peace Voices, was highlighted on NPR’s 1A show and her self-read poem “Caged Bird Sings Because” was featured on their website. Read more.
Jason Richards (Upstate, Fall 2010) is now global business director of NAI Earle Furman. Read more.
Henry Tisdale (Lowcountry, Fall 2013), president emeritus at Claflin University, was appointed to the advisory board of the Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at Dartmouth College. Read more.
Among those selected as South Carolina ETV “Women Vision SC” honorees are Shaniece Criss (Upstate, Spring 2017), health science faculty member at Furman University and Travelers Rest City Council member; Cathy Hughes (Midlands, Spring 2014), publisher of The Times and Democrat and group publisher for Lee Enterprises; Tameika Isaac Devine (Midlands, Fall 2007), founding partner at Jabber & Isaac, P.A. and Columbia City Council member; and Ann Timberlake (Midlands, Spring 2015), principal of Timberlake Communications, LLC. Read more.
Special Series: Frontline Fellows
We’re honoring the exemplary leadership of Riley Fellows addressing frontline needs during the COVID-19 outbreak in our Frontline Fellows Q&A series. SCETV President and CEO Anthony Padgett (Midlands, Spring 2019) is addressing South Carolina’s digital divide as the station pilots a special technology that could help bridge the at-home learning gap for students who lack internet access. Read more.