Alan Wilson was elected South Carolina’s 51st attorney general on Nov. 2, 2010, and re-elected on Nov. 4, 2014. This marks his third stint in the office. Previously, he served as a prosecution division intern under Charlie Condon and as an assistant attorney general under Henry McMast
Join us for part 2 of 2 in our series of our Club members sharing about the nonprofits that they are professionally involved in. Including: Greenville First Steps Shriners Hospital for Children Upstate Warrior Solutions
Lt. Col Mike Ware, USAF (ret) is a West Virginia native. He received his Bachelor of Science—Electrical Engineering (West Virginia University); Masters Public Administration (Troy State University). Mike served from 1974-1995 as a Command Pilot-United States Air Force— 3400+ fl
Dr. Keith Miller became the second president of Greenville Technical College in 2008, bringing to the position 12 years of experience as a college president in Illinois. At Greenville Technical College, Dr. Miller is responsible for seeing that the college fulfills its mission of tran
“We know that the arts are key to a really vibrant community life,” Satava says, “and if you think about how much the orchestra has been part of this community’s joy during good times and healing during tough times, it’s just such an honor for me to be a part of this huge milestone.”
Governor McMaster has led a strong and vibrant South Carolina economy, announcing more than 70,000 new jobs and over $32 billion in new capital investment in the state. Under his leadership, the state has made transformative investments in the classroom by expanding full day four-year
Andrea Smith is the Executive Director/CEO of Senior Action, Greenville County’s Council on Aging where she has served for 12 years. Under her direction, the organization has grown from 900 members to close to 5,000 and has expanded from five locations to eight throughout the county.
Success in the arts takes both fearlessness and practicality. Megan Riegel pursues her love of theater with an entrepreneurial approach as President and CEO of Greenville’s Peace Center for the Performing Arts. Megan brings in high-caliber entertainment that has enriched the local com
Join us as we pass the gavel from Wade Kolb to Lisa Mangione. We will also be recognizing multiple Club members for all their hard work and efforts this past Rotary year. Be sure to come & celebrate with us.