Mary Beth Westmoreland is a problem solver – whether it’s automating her house or helping one of the country’s fastest-growing public tech companies navigate the transition to a cloud-based strategy. But these challenges are nothing new for Blackbaud’s chief technology...
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...
Women in Charleston are making their mark in every field from law to health care to business and beyond. We speak to five of them who have achieved success in their chosen fields to find out what advice they...
By Mariah Hoffman   Few things are more freeing than riding a bike through back roads of Greenville or by Rainbow Row in Charleston. But our paths are blocked by the busy schedules and time-crunches that take the handlebars from our...
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 SHEILA WATSON Creating apps and plug-ins to make the world’s most popular software for nonprofits even better and more valuable is not what Jeff Montgomery, managing partner of Omatic Software, envisioned as his future. But it’s what he’s doing...

Going Solar

Rajendra Singh believes South Carolina can do much better regarding solar energy. While some progress has been made, the Clemson professor says the state lags in solar deployment and should be doing much more. Since the cost of solar...
Joan Robinson-Berry has the best office view. A windowed wall overlooks the assembly line for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Exterior and interiors parts are installed in the massive hanger. It’s like looking down on a Lego playset where workers...
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce announces the selection of Jenna Turnage as the Director of Corporate Partnerships. Turnage brings an incredible set of experiences and a proven track record of building successful sponsorship partnerships for the New Orleans...
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...

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