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United Way of the Midlands announces 2020-2021 Board of Directors

Columbia, S.C. (July 27, 2020) – As United Way of the Midlands’ new campaign season commences, the organization welcomes its new members of the 2020-2021 Board of Directors.

United Way’s newly-elected Board Members are: Danielle Boyson, Vice President of Commercial Credit at Bank of America; Mike Bundy, Prisma Health Baptist and Prisma Health Baptist Parkridge CEO; Juan Cuervo, District Supervisor at Publix Supermarkets Inc.; Cheryl Holland, President and Founder of Abacus Planning Group; Jesica Mackey, Senior Project Advisor at NP Strategy; Drew Schiavone, Commercial Banker at First Citizens Bank; Drew Stevens, Wealth Management Advisor at Northwestern Mutual; and Isvara Wilson, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at AgFirst Farm Credit Bank. 

 “Our Board members are sincerely dedicated to making long-term change in the Midlands,” said Sara Fawcett, President and CEO of United Way. “We are excited to welcome these leaders to our Board as we continue to focus on building a resilient community through increasing childhood literacy, promoting economic mobility and providing dental and eye care for those without resources.”

Robert W. Foster, Jr. Esq, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, will serve as this year’s Board Chair. Currently, Foster is a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough and serves as a deacon at Eastminister Presbyterian Church.

"Together, as a board, as an organization, and as a community, we are going to face many new challenges this year,” said Foster. “I look forward to them. We will not shy away from them. We will continue to lead the way by bringing together the people with the passion, the expertise and the resources to get things done.”


About United Way of the Midlands

United Way of the Midlands is the most organized, efficient and accountable system for investing in the community. With more than 70 Community Impact Partners, United Way works to identify and respond to the critical human service needs of Calhoun, Fairfield, Lexington, Newberry, Orangeburg and Richland counties. Funds are raised through workplace campaigns, grant awards and individual donations. For more information, please visit

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