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South Carolina Power Team Announces Addition of Marc Metcalf as Senior Project Manager

COLUMBIA, SC (August 8, 2022) — The South Carolina Power Team welcomes Marc Metcalf as the new senior project manager. Marc Metcalf brings nearly 20 years of experience in business administration and economic development to this new role. Metcalf most recently served as the Senior Business Recruitment Officer for the Upstate SC Alliance. During this […]

South Carolina Power Team Announces Addition of Amy Hansen as Executive Assistant and Operations Manager

COLUMBIA, SC (July 19,2022) — The South Carolina Power Team is pleased to announce the addition of Amy Hansen as the Executive Assistant and Operations Manager. As the Executive Assistant and Operations Manager, Amy’s responsibilities include office management, executive support/scheduling, board management, finance and audit oversight and software technical administration. “I am thrilled to join […]

South Carolina Power Team Announces Addition of Caroline A. Warner As Director of Community Development

COLUMBIA, S.C. (April 21, 2020) – The South Carolina Power Team announces the addition of Caroline A. Warner as Director of Community Development.  In her role, Caroline will help communities find creative solutions for their complex challenges around workforce development and provide assistance with educating local leaders about all facets of economic development.  She will serve as a […]

South Carolina Power Team’s Warren A. Darby Jr. Completes Advanced Economic Development Leadership Program

South Carolina Power Team is pleased to announce that Warren A. Darby Jr., Senior Vice President for Global Business, has completed the Advanced Economic Development Leadership (AEDL) Program. Warren was awarded the Economic Development Master Practitioner diploma during a recent ceremony at the Kauffman Conference Center in Kansas City, MO, at the conclusion of the […]

e-Points – Project Pioneer: Ideas To Address Your Workforce Challenges

Extraordinarily tight labor conditions exist in South Carolina and across the nation. To provide co-op served industrial/commercial members, the economic development community and other workforce-focused stakeholders with information for meeting the challenge, the SC Power Team maintains Project Pioneer. An ongoing, statewide labor study, Project Pioneer combines traditional workforce data sources with comprehensive primary research. […]

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