Riley Fellows in the News: November 11, 2020

Tony Bartelme (Lowcountry, Fall 2018), senior projects reporter with The Post and Courier, was named South Carolina Press Association’s Journalist of the Year. Read more.

J.R. Green (Midlands, Spring 2019), superintendent of Fairfield County Schools, received the University of South Carolina’s Outstanding Black Alumnus Award. Read more.

Iris Griffin (Upstate, Spring 2020), vice president of financial management and integration for Southeast Energy Group, is now City Year Columbia’s advisory board chair. Read more.

Mark McLawhorn (Midlands, Spring 2016) of McLawhorn Legal, LLC was selected for Columbia Business Monthly’s Best and Brightest 35 and Under. Read more. (Correction from bulletin dated October 21, 2020)

David Taylor (Upstate, Spring 2011), director of Momentum Bike Clubs, received Presbyterian College’s Dum Vivimus Servimus award. Read more.

Join the Riley Institute and the Greenville Chamber in celebrating the people and organizations making the Upstate an inclusive place to work and live. The 2020 Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards will take place virtually next Tuesday, November 17 at 12 p.m. on the Greenville Chamber’s Facebook page.