Leadership CS Announces the Class of 2014

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COLUMBIA – Leadership South Carolina, the state’s oldest and most recognized leadership development program, announces the Class of 2014:

  • Robert Anderson of the City of Columbia
  • Phillip Bailey of the South Carolina Senate Democratic Caucus in Columbia
  • Austin Bruner of Charleston County
  • Yvonne Brown of Trident Technical College in Charleston
  • Chad Burgess of SCANA in Cayce
  • Willette Burnham of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston
  • Heath Carll of Blue Cross Blue Shield of SC in Columbia
  • Walt Cartin of Parker Poe in Columbia
  • Mike Cashman of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLC in Greenville
  • Paige Childs of Piedmont Technical College in Greenwood
  • Cara Cochran of Pennington Law Firm, LLC in Columbia
  • Chris Cook of Commonweath Brown and Brown in North Charleston
  • Allison Cranford of TD Bank, NA in Columbia
  • LaVoris Curry of the Savannah River Remediation, LLC in Aiken
  • Jean Cecil Frick of the Department of Employment and Workforce in Columbia
  • Lindsey Spires Griffin of the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics in Columbia
  • Sunnie Harmon of the Sunnie & DeWorken Group in Greenville
  • David Harrelson of Roebuck Buildings Co, Inc in Roebuck
  • Andy Hewitt of Sunbelt Rentals, Inc in Fort Mill
  • Steve Hillock of Fluor in Greenville
  • Ashley Hunter of McKay Public Affairs, LLC in Columbia
  • Neil Jones of Bauknight Pietras & Stromer, PA in Columbia
  • Tom Kelly of the United States Army in Columbia
  • Justin Kier of the South Carolina Emergency Management Division West Columbia
  • Joel Ledbetter of Easley Combined Utilities in Easley
  • April Lewis of the Community Integrated Management Services, LLC in Columbia
  • Ken Lott of Santee Cooper in Moncks Corner
  • Heather Love of the United Way of Greenville County in Greenville
  • Macon Lovelace of NAI Avant in Columbia
  • Thomas McElveen of the South Carolina Senate in Columbia
  • Keith Minick of the City of Newberry Fire Department in Newberry
  • Blake Montgomery of Wells Fargo Bank, NA in Columbia
  • Elizabeth Mosley-Hawkins of South Carolina State University in Orangeburg
  • Christopher Nickels of Clawson & Staubes, LLC in Charleston
  • Susan Phillips of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce in Myrtle Beach
  • Ben Porter of BB&T in Lexington
  • Demier Richardson of South Carolina State University in Orangeburg
  • Michael Ruhe of Duke Energy in Charlotte
  • Michael Seezen of McNair Law Firm, PA in Columbia
  • Brandon Smith of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLC in Columbia
  • Heather Smith of the Southern Strategy Group in Columbia
  • Tara Spicer of the Charleston Regional Development Alliance in Charleston
  • Darleen Sutton – 2014 SC Teacher of the Year of Clover
  • Brian Swords of Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton
  • Stephanie Tillerson of the City of Woodruff
  • William Turner of the Carolinas Hospital System in Florence
  • Marlon Waters of Bank of America in Columbia
  • Warren Weeks of Hubbell Lighting, Inc in Greenville
  • Donna Wood of the South Carolina House of Representatives in Columbia
  • Bart Yancey of the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston

They join the newest class and more than 1,350 Leadership South Carolina members who have participated in the nine month program addressing current and critical issues facing South Carolina.

Leadership South Carolina accepts approximately 50 participants a year who demonstrate commitment to their community and strive to reach a higher level of service to the Palmetto State.

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