The South Carolina Trucking Association has elected Keith Johnson, H&J Trucking, Charleston, as its 2017-18 chairman of the board of directors. Johnson is the owner of H&J Trucking, an intermodal drayage and logistics trucking company.   H&J was among the early...
Mary Graham, chief advancement officer at the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, was awarded the Joint Base Charleston Commander’s Public Service Award during a Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce meeting on June 23. Air Force Col. Rob Lyman, Joint Base...
Michelle Mapp earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, and worked for many years as a logistics consultant. Now the CEO of South Carolina Community Loan Fund, Mapp is using her expertise to orchestrate the flow of capital...
When Amelia Joseph graduated from her all-girls Catholic high school in the early 1970s, women basically had three career options: nurse, secretary, or teacher. Joseph knew from teaching Sunday school she didn’t want to pursue a teaching degree. And...
The world has changed drastically since Glenn Fant McConnell completed his studies at the College of Charleston, a degree in political science in his hand and dreams of making a difference in his mind. Nearly a half-century later, the...
As a teenager, Lorraine Lutton volunteered with her mother as a candy striper at a hospital in her hometown of Huntington, W.Va. One of her jobs was transporting patients to another floor for therapy appointments. To Lutton, it seemed...
By Brian Sherman The seductive odor of fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies wafts gently through the air. Your nostrils are enamored by the captivating combination of cinnamon and pecans. Is that peanut butter you smell? Have you been magically transported back...
By Merideth Garrigan When we left Charleston for the Women’s March on Washington, we had no idea how monumental our trip would truly be. I knew I would take my girls to the march the minute the event posted on...
Some folks own a restaurant after working in the industry their entire life, starting as a server or dishwasher. Brad Creger, managing partner of Rutledge Cab Company, fell into it by accident after owning several auto dealerships, managing investments,...
Greenville Business Magazine, Charleston Business Magazine, and Columbia Business Monthly launched a new feature called Input. Each month, we'll send a question to our list of subscribers and publish the best responses in a spread in the magazines. We'll...

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