Members of the South Carolina General Assembly have been recognized as the newest class of Health Policy Fellows by the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health (IMPH). The 11 elected officials were participants in the fall 2021 Health Policy Fellows Program, offered by IMPH and supported by The Duke Endowment and the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina and include Rep. Terry Alexander (D-59), Rep. Wendy Brawley (D-70), Rep. Sylleste Davis (R-100), Rep. Raye Felder (R-26), Rep. Rosalyn D. Henderson Myers (D-31), Rep. Annie E. McDaniel (D-41), Rep. Chardale R. Mur ray (D-116), Rep. Mark Smith (R-99), Rep. Deon Tedder (D-109), Rep. Elizabeth “Spencer” Wetmore (D-115), and Rep. Shedron Williams (D-122).
Main Street District’s president and CEO Matt Kennell has been chosen to participate in the Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI), an award-winning program of Furman University’s Riley Institute.
Colliers South Carolina have announced the commercial real estate firm’s brokerage awards for 2021, presented at the company’s annual Awards Celebration. The leading producers from the Columbia area were Thomas Beard, SIOR; Dave Mathews, SIOR; Chuck Salley, SIOR; and Craig Waites.
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