By Nick Johnson
Published Oct. 10, 2012
During the event, Pamela Lackey, president of AT&T South Carolina, will speak on how the Lowcountry can increase the labor pool through education.
Other speakers include:
- Deb Campeau, assistant vice president of business development, Trident Health
- Dick Elliott, president and founder, Maverick Southern Kitchens
- Nancy McGinley, superintendent, Charleston County School District
- Jerry Montjoy, superintendent, Dorchester County School District Four
- Joe Pye, superintendent, Dorchester County School District Two
- Rodney Thompson, superintendent, Berkeley County School District
- Clarence Wright, Lowcountry district manager, SCANA
The event will be held from 7 to 11 a.m. Oct. 23 at the Complex for Economic Development on Trident Technical College’s main campus in North Charleston.