The City of Cayce has received the Annual Achievement Award for the development in the City’s Cayce River-Arts District from the Municipal Association of South Carolina.
Leadership Columbia’s Class of 2024 include Aaron Simmons, Adrienne Turner, Alexis Terry-Mouzon, Alexis Wood, Amanda Myers, Andrea Peterman, Andreas Mosby, Aneesah Deen- Carlos, Angel Payne, Angela Yong Sellers, Anna Peterson, Ashley Olayinka, Ashley Nielsen, Ashley Gee, Audra Hawisher, Bobby Thompson, Courtney Buzan, Darius Smith, Deja Vaughn, Dexter Price, Ed Simmons, Eli Long, Emily James, Erica Staley, Er in McBr ide, Er in Watkins, Essie Sellers, Haley Saxby, Harrison Vance, Hunter Sox, Jay Little, Jenna Shrader, Jennifer Dowell, Jennifer Webb, Jessica Burton, John Patrick Connell, John Strong, Jordan Goetzman, Kathryn Ross, Katie Glanton, Katie Welborn Hagan, Kelly Brown, Dr. Kim Moore, Kourtney Moody, Michelle Chapman, Monica McCoy, Natalie Webb, Nicole Hendricks Woods, Patrice Jenkins, Rachel Bashor, Rachel Hair, Rahkeem Jenkins, Raymond Pr ince, Brooks Wright, Ryan Patane, Sara Grace Bailey,
Stig Rasmussen, Sydney Byrd, Tanika Epps, Todd Simon, Travis Basnett, Tyra Burch, and Wade Sellers.
Janice Smith and Dr. Ashlye V. Wilkerson have been named Women of Distinction by Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands.
Andrew Ander son has been named vice president at Purpose Equity.
Tristan Lee has joined NAI Columbia’s brokerage team.
James Bowden, South Carolina Association of Technical College Commissioners (SCATCC) secretary, has been inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame.
Susan Kenney Cotter, Robert R. Ruff, Jonathan M. Robinson, and Nancy D. Tolson have been elected to Central Carolina Community Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
Noelle Jones has been named Richland Library’s Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EiR) for September–December 2023.