The Greenwood Genetic Center (GGC) Foundation announces the appointment of four new members to its Board of Trustees, including Ted Pitts of Lexington.
Pitts is the President and CEO of Wilson Kibler Commercial Real Estate. He has also served in the US military, the SC House of Representatives, as Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff for former Governor Nikki Haley, and as President and CEO of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce.
Pitts joins three other new trustees, Helen Campbell of Florence, SC, Arthur Radcliffe of Greenwood, SC, and Kay Self also of Greenwood.
GGC Foundation trustees serve as mission ambassadors by cultivating, securing, and stewarding philanthropic funds that advance the Center’s mission for the benefit of the patients and families served by GGC. They also manage all fiduciary responsibilities and activities of the Foundation.
“We are excited to begin a new year of work to support the Greenwood Genetic Center, and we welcome these four new members,” said Ray Wilson, PhD, Chair of the Board. “Each of these new trustees brings enthusiasm and unique expertise to the Center’s mission which will allow us to support the GGC and all of the patients, families, and students they serve.”
To learn more about the GGC Foundation, visit www.ggc.org/foundation.
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