CLEMSON – Six new members have joined the Clemson University Foundation board of directors for four-year terms beginning July 1.

The board also re-elected E. Mitchell “Mitch” Norville of Greenville chairman and Robert B. Hambright of Blowing Rock, North Carolina, vice chairman.

Norville of Greenville is the owner of Atlantic South Development Inc. He is a 1980 Clemson graduate with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and he has an MBA from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business (1984).

Hambright is the former CEO and division president of Balfour Beatty Construction. He graduated from Clemson University in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and he has an MBA from Winthrop University.

The new members are:

  • Jeffrey J. Brown of Charlotte, CEO of Ally Financial and a 1995 Clemson graduate with a Bachelor of Science in economics. Read more…
  • Marshall L. Brown of Norcross, Georgia, founder, president and CEO of ACM Chemistries Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Science (1982), Master of Science (1986) and Ph.D. (1988) in civil engineering from Clemson. Read more…
  • Ann Hunter of Greenwood, retired from Union Carbide and a community volunteer. She earned a Bachelor of Science (1980) and Master of Science (1982) in chemical engineering from Clemson. Read more…
  • James Russell Kingman of Clemson, current president of J.R. Kingman Inc., a real estate investment and development company. He received a Bachelor of Science in horticulture from Clemson in 1972. Read more…
  • David L. Morrow of Charleston, president and CEO of CresCom Bank. He earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Clemson in 1972. Read more…
  • Robert J. Stanzione of Alpharetta, Georgia, executive chairman and chairman of the board of ARRIS. He received a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Clemson in 1969. Read more…

 

The Clemson University Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) entity organized solely to promote the welfare and future development of Clemson University. It was chartered in 1933 to support the university’s educational and scientific goals. It is the responsibility of the board of directors to manage and disburse assets prudently within a policy that encourages the enhancement of the resources of the foundation.

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