Carol Molony is a Charleston native with proud roots. She's an avid animal advocate, have 2 dogs and 2 cats. Volunteer at the Charleston Animal Society. She's been a Banking Professional since November 1989. She has done everything from loan servicing to mortgage lending to branch management and commercial lending. She love the customer service aspect above all. Making people feel valued for their business and glad they bank with me makes my day. Her staff "feeds" off the positive response we receive from our customers and we have a great rapport with one another that makes work fun!"
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Style Constant: Southern Belle's Leading in Business: CHERYLL N. WOODS-FLOWERS FAMILY: Spouse: Harold C. Flowers Children: K...
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
CHERYLL N. WOODS-FLOWERS
FAMILY: Spouse: Harold C. Flowers
Children: Kristin White (Spouse Dan White) and Grandson Brayden
Jessica DeWeerth (Spouse Jacob DeWeerth) and Grandson
EDUCATION: Graduated Moultrie High School - 1972
Graduated College of Charleston - 1981
(BS Business Administration - Emphasis in Accounting)
Graduate University of Charleston Masters in Accountancy Program, 1998
Graduate, Leadership Trident with Chamber of Commerce
8/86 - 2/92 Mount Pleasant Town Council
2/18/92 Elected to fill unexpired term of Mayor Richard L. Jones
8/92 Elected Mayor of Mount Pleasant to serve four year term
9/96 Re-Elected Mayor for Four year term (Unopposed)
Hyland Rudd Garbett, Senior Accountant
Carolina Youth Development Center, CFO
Carolina One Real Estate 2002-2007
Keller Williams Realty 2007- Present (Closed over $35 Million in Sales in total)
Member and Past Chair, Mount Pleasant Planning Commission (Currently in Second 4 Year Term)
Past President and Current Board Member of College of Charleston Cougar Club
Chair Lowcountry Crime Stoppers Board of Directors
College of Charleston Alumni Association Board of Directors (Three Terms)
Chairman – Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission
East Cooper Kiwanis Club - Past President
Past Vice President, East Cooper Republican Women
College of Charleston - School of Business and Economics Advisory Board (Completed Service)
Patriots Point Authority Board - Past Ex Officio Member
CHERYLL N. WOODS-FLOWERS
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (CONT’D)
Honorary Chairperson - March of Dimes Walk America - 1993
Honorary Chairperson - American Diabetes Association - Tour de Cure - 1993
Past Board Member, Board of East Cooper Community Outreach
Past Ex-Officio Member - Mount Pleasant Waterworks & Sewer Commission
Past President, Municipal Association of South Carolina
Past Co-Chair Academic Magnet High School Athletic Booster Club
College of Charleston Alumni Association “Alumna of the Year” Award for 1995
SC Order of the Palmetto, SC’s Highest Civilian Honor, 2005
Lowcountry Girl Scouts, Woman of Distinction
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Style Constant: Southern Belle's Leading in Business: Kiosha Gregg is a small business owner who recognized the power of the dig...
Previously, Gregg worked with an inbound marketing firm, where she launched social media campaigns aimed at converting social media followers to business leads. While working for the firm, Gregg’s efforts directly resulted in a client being nationally recognized for executing a digital strategy that focused on listening, monitoring and measuring brand conversations on channels including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Prior to working with the firm, Gregg worked with the Free Times SC, theState.com, Sharper Identity Graphic Design Agency and the National Network for Youth.
She holds a bachelor's degree in English-Business and Professional Writing from Columbia College and a master's degree in mass communication from the University of South Carolina. Gregg also received her digital media certification from Hubspot’s Inbound Marketing University Training Program.
In addition to her work experience, Gregg is actively involved in her community. Gregg leads a non-profit organization, Pacesetter’s Leadership Institute, which prepares middle and high school students for higher education and beyond. Gregg also serves as a committee member for Young Life and SC Mission 2012, in conjunction with South Carolina Hospital Association, local area hospitals in Columbia, S.C.