Riley Fellows in the News: March 2, 2022

Graham Adams (Midlands, Spring 2018), chief executive officer for the South Carolina Office of Rural Health, was awarded the Order of the Palmetto. Read more

Samuel Erwin (Upstate, Spring 2014), executive vice president and regional president of the Carolinas for First Horizon Bank, and Bernie Mazyck (Lowcountry, Fall 2010), president and CEO of the South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development, were among those appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Charlotte board of directors. Read more

Craig Harris (Lowcountry, Fall 2018) is now Kiawah Island’s public safety director. Read more

Jennifer Moorefield (Upstate, Fall 2019), associate vice president of economic development and corporate training at Greenville Technical College, was appointed to the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 board of directors. Read more

Among those identified by the Post and Courier as 12 Black Leaders to Know in South Carolina for 2022 are Michael Allen (Upstate, Spring 2012), founder and CEO of MOA Architecture; Faith Polkey (Lowcountry, Fall 2012), pediatrician and health care administrator with Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Comprehensive Health Services; Victoria Smalls (Lowcountry, Fall 2019), executive director of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor; and Teresa Wilson (Midlands, Spring 2016), Columbia city manager. Read about Michael Allen; Faith Polkey; Victoria Smalls; and Teresa Wilson