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Dr. Hunter named to CBM’s 50 Most Influential list

By CSU Media | March 1, 2018

Charleston Business Magazine announced Dr. Jairy C. Hunter Jr. on its 50 Most Influential list for 2017. The selection of the 50 individuals is a result of staff research and community nominations of individuals who have made a lasting impact on the Lowcountry this year.

Four Charleston Southern University alumni were also on the list:

  • Keith Summey ’69, North Charleston mayor
  • Dot Scott ‘84, president of the Charleston Branch NAACP and property manager of PCAAN Realty, Inc.
  • Tim Scott ’88, U.S. Senator (S.C.)
  • John Osborne ’02, co-founder of The Harbor Entrepreneur Center

To view the full list of the region’s most influential people, click here.


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