Board of Trustees

The Midlands Technical College Foundation provides the structure through which individuals, corporations and other private sector interests can demonstrate their support for the academic programs and economic development services offered by Midlands Technical College.

Established in 1970, the Foundation takes an active partnership role in advancing the college's community development mission within the Central Midlands region by seeking an added measure of financial and other support for college activities that enhance the quality of its educational offerings. In carrying out this role, the Foundation's Board of Trustees gives testimony to the realization that for excellence in service to be consistently achieved and maintained, private sector resources represent a critical and invaluable complement to limited public funding.

The Board of Trustees for the Foundation is composed of up to 25 individuals who are prominent in our community's business, industrial, professional and civic affairs.

Officers  
Scott R. Adams, Chair TriolP, Inc. Group Companies
Gwen J. Hampton, Vice Chair South Carolina School Board Association
Tamara Henderson, Secretary Colonial Life 
Christian (Chris) Stormer, CPA, Treasurer Bauknight, Pietras & Stormer, PA
Members  
Barbara W. Blau DP Professionals
James (Jim) L. Braun AVANTech, Inc.
Dr. Krystal L. Conner ENVIRO AgScience, Inc.
David E. Dubberly Nexsen Pruet
Judge Tomothy C. Edmond Richland County Government
Solomon Jackson, Jr. Retired
Walter (Joe) J. Johnson Palmetto GBA
William (Bill) D. Kirkland University of South Carolina
Willis Langley, III Langley, III, LLC dba McDonalds
Joseph (Joe) Powers Merrill Lynch
Gerald (Jerry) Sweetland Pure Power Technologies
Michael (Mike) Williams Michelin North America
David Woolard Midlands Tooling Systems, Inc.
Trustee Emeritus  
Thomas (Tom) E. Persons, Sr. S.C. Technology Alliance
James (Jim) D. Reynolds Total Comfort Solutions
Ex Officio  
Dr. Ronald L. Rhames MTC President
George (Garry) P. Powers MTC Commission Chair
Nancy Keon Associate Vice President, Office of Philanthropy/CEO, MTC Foundation
Debbie M. Walker VP for Business Affairs, MTC

Fast Fact

The Midlands Technical College Foundation awarded nearly $100,000 to scholarships for 2017-2018.

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* Total tuition and fees (most current data available as of August 2017). Source: U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings and "IPEDS Student Financial Aid Component Overview Public Academic Reporters."