Dyslexia Day 2018 is organized by Decoding Dyslexia South Carolina, a movement focused on connecting South Carolina families to resources, support, and educational interventions for dyslexia.
Previously its president & CEO for more than 12 years, Morgan has been with the company and its predecessors for 25 years.
The group will examine policy related to access, affordability, accountability, and transparency.
James Speer, partner at CarsonSpeer Builders, will serve as president of the board for a one-year term.
2017's accomplishments were made possible with the support of dedicated donors and volunteers.
Tennyson will relocate to the Greenville headquarters and lead the day-to-day business.
The Greenville Revitalization Corporation recently held its Annual Board Meeting, resulting in the announcement of its new board of directors and officers.
Forty-two leaders from the Upstate and surrounding area have been selected to participate in the Riley Institute at Furman’s Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) this spring.
Charles Dalton, 35-year president and CEO of Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative, was presented with the Order of the Palmetto Award, South Carolina's highest civilian honor.
Gilles O. Einstein was named co-recipient of a 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the International Conference of Prospective Memory (ICPM).