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2008

Non-Profit Leadership Institute graduates sixth class

     FLORENCE, S.C. – Twenty-nine South Carolina residents and one North Carolina resident participated in commencement exercises for the sixth class of the Non-Profit Leadership Institute at Francis Marion University, April 11.  

    Remarks were given by Bradley Callicott, executive director of the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation and FMU president Fred Carter. Institute participants were each presented with a certificate. 

    The institute is a seven-month training program for leaders of non-profits. Topics included leadership; program development and delivery; human resource development, including board members and volunteers; effective financial resource development and management; programmatic and organizational issues related to data collection and reporting; visibility, including managing external relations; and case studies. 

    Funded initially with multi-year grants from the Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation, the institute now receives major support from FMU, along with a grant from the PSARAS Foundation. 

    Fred Sheheen, former commissioner and executive director of the S.C. Commission on Higher Education, is director of the FMU Non-Profit Leadership Institute. 

    The class will be conducted again during the 2008-2009 academic year. For more information, contact Julian Young, Non-Profit Leadership Institute liaison at 843-661-1199.


(Hometown: Name, Organization - City of organization)

Allendale: Georgia Famuliner, Communicare – Allendale

Anderson: Juan Luvene, Fusion Explosion, Inc. – Anderson

Columbia: Nancy Barton, Sistercare – Columbia; Barbara Comar Brothers, Epilepsy Foundation of South Carolina – Columbia; Maria Hargrave, Palmetto Health Foundation – Columbia; Terry Hodaly, Interfaith Community Services of S.C. – Columbia; Anita Garrett, DRAMA, Inc. – Columbia; Charles Weathers Sr., S. Atlantic Episcopal District A.M.E. Zion Church – Columbia

Conway: Wallace Evans Jr., A Father’s Place – Conway

Dalzell: William Frierson, Lee County Council on Aging – Bishopville

Florence: Robert Carter Barrett, Francis Marion Trail Commission – Florence; Dawn S. Johnson, Florence County Disabilities and Special Needs Board – Florence; Kathy Johnson, Francis Marion University – Florence; Salley Davidson, Public Library – Marion; Fred “Trip” DuBard III, Eastern Carolina Community Foundation – Florence; Brandie Love, Francis Marion University Foundation – Florence; Leslie Olsen, All Saints’ Episcopal Day School – Florence; Lynette A. Savereno, Pee Dee Resource Conservation and Development – Darlington 

Georgetown: Jamie Bromell, Miss Ruby’s Kids – Georgetown

Goose Creek: Elizabeth Gilbert, Eagle Harbor Boy’s Ranch – Summerville

Isle of Palms: Daniel Nesbitt, United Methodist Relief Center – Mt. Pleasant

Lexington: David Latimer III, South Carolina Troopers Association – Columbia

Moncks Corner: Booker Manigault, United Methodist Relief Center – Moncks Corner

Myrtle Beach: Johanna Haynes, Careteam, Inc. – Myrtle Beach; Alexandria Springer, Horry County Literacy Council – Conway

North Charleston: Johnna Murray, Charleston Development Corporation – North Charleston

Ridgeville: Faye Hill, Lowcountry Crisis Pregnancy Center – North Charleston

Townville: Tracy W. Bowie, Anderson Interfaith Ministries – Anderson

Wadmalaw Island: Margaret Peck, St. Matthew’s Community Outreach Center – Charleston

 

OUT OF STATE

Wilmington, N.C.: Amanda Jordan Brainard, The Alternative Dispute Resolution Center - Wilmington

#168 /4-11-08

Last Published: May 29, 2008 10:26 AM
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