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The Citadel Names New President

Walters, a Citadel alumnus and a career aviator, was one of four highly decorated military leaders who were finalists for president.

Lexington Educator Named National Assistant Principal Of The Year

Page has led efforts to boost promotion rates, test scores, and college and career readiness through dual enrollment coursework, AP classes, and increased honors offerings.

WREN Holds Annual Summit

Topics included salary negotiation training, speaking your own greatness, innovative strategies for working mothers, and advocating and organizing for women’s rights.

Caldwell To Chair Site Selectors Guild

This is Caldwell’s fourth consecutive year serving on the board, having previously served as treasurer.

SCAJ Names New Director of Development

Courtney Mitchum Barts joined the group to manage their fundraising and membership recruitment efforts and will coordinate multiple development campaigns in regions across South Carolina.

What Youth Basketball Teaches us about Leadership

Every winter, many of my evenings and weekends are spent watching my kids play youth-league basketball. Anyone who thinks leadership is easy should try coaching elementary and junior high basketball. My hat goes off to anyone who has the commitment—and the patience—to voluntarily coach youth sports.

Not your Grandfather’s Apprenticeship: An old Approach is the Next Big Thing in the Technology Job Market

More companies are adopting workforce pipeline development strategies to engage potential candidates farther upstream in order to build the skill sets that are critical to their businesses. One of those strategies that has proven successful for quite a long time is an apprenticeship.

Opioid Crisis: South Carolina Businesses Wrestling with Epidemic

In remarks prepared for delivery in his State of the State address in January, Gov. Henry McMaster said that for the last three years, there have been more opioid-related deaths in South Carolina than homicides and drunk-driving deaths combined. In 2016, this “silent hurricane” killed 616 people, he said.

Corporate Security Resource Allocation: Which side of the Balance Sheet?

In the previous edition of this publication, our security article considered the importance of South Carolina firms developing comprehensive corporate security programs. Within the context of security and preparedness, understanding and managing risk is paramount. In the context of security risk, we then outlined three elements that business professionals must consider: threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences.

Tax Reform Claims Popular College Sports Deduction: Impact Unclear but many Enthusiasts Unfazed

The Internal Revenue Code had allowed an 80 percent deduction, as a charitable contribution, for donations paid for the right to purchase season tickets for athletic-event seating. Under tax reform signed into law by President Trump, the deduction was eliminated.



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