Medical University of South Carolina Foundation Board of Directors


The MUSC Foundation's Board of Directors governs the work of the foundation. Our board shapes the foundation's direction through its mission, strategy, budget and key policies; ensures that the leadership, resources and finances in place match the foundation's vision; and monitors and improves the performance of the organization.

Elected Directors 2021 – 2022


Director Biographies

Richard Almeida

Richard Almedia | Charleston, SC

Mr. Almeida is retired Chairman and CEO of Heller Financial, Inc., a Chicago-based commercial finance company acquired by General Electric Credit Corporation in 2001. Prior to joining Heller, Mr. Almeida was with Citicorp/Citibank in a variety of capacities, and is director emeritus of UAL Corp. Currently he is chair of the Drayton Hall Preservation Trust, president of Save Venice, treasurer of the Charleston Library Society, and is a member of the board of Spoleto Festival USA and the Investment Advisory Committee of Historic Charleston Foundation. Formerly, he was Lead Director of Ingredion, Inc., a member of the Audit Committee of The Marmon Group and chair of the Audit Committee of E Funds Corp and CARE, USA. He has also served as Trustee and Treasurer of The Latin School of Chicago, was Chairman of High Jump and was on the boards of the Executive Club of Chicago, The Chicago Public Education Fund, The Illinois Council on Economic Education, The Old Master’s Society of The Art Institute of Chicago and Urban Gateways. Mr. Almeida was past President of the Casino (Chicago) and is a member of The Commercial Club of Chicago, The Economics Club of Chicago, and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

Jim Allhusen

Jim Allhusen | Hilton Head, SC

Mr. Allhusen is currently the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry. He has retired from Visa Inc where he held a variety of executive management positions in Asia Pacific and Canada. He has had a variety of start-up and international business experiences throughout his career,  having spent over twenty year living and doing business in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and Toronto. Allhusen is a graduate of Colgate University, and continued his professional studies in Banking at Rutgers and Colorado University He is a resident of Hilton Head Island, SC.

Lane Ballard

Lane Ballard 

Lane Ballard was named vice president and general manager of the 787 program, and Boeing South Carolina site leader, in June 2020. In this role, he leads the team that designs, builds and delivers the 787 Dreamliner family of airplanes. He oversees the execution of program priorities and the shaping of the long-term strategy for the 787 production system. He also has overall leadership responsibility for Boeing’s South Carolina (BSC) facilities in North Charleston.

Ballard previously served as vice president of Delivery and Paint for Boeing South Carolina, with responsibility for taking 787 Dreamliners after their rollout from BSC Final Assembly and preparing them for delivery to airline customers. He also served as the vice president of Production Transformation for the BCA program office. In that role he was leading a team that was helping to define the future production system.

Other roles that Ballard has held include vice president of Materials & Manufacturing Technology for Boeing Research & Technology (BR&T), where he oversaw a team of scientists, technologists, technicians and engineers who lead company research and development in metals and ceramics, chemical technology, nondestructive evaluation, composite fabrication processes, composite materials, assembly and automation, mechanical parts, and production services in ergonomics. He also managed the BR&T-South Carolina research center. Since starting his career at Boeing in 1996 as an engineer in composites and advanced assembly technologies Ballard has served in a number of leadership roles of increasing responsibility and breadth, including: serving as director of the 787 Lean+ Global Production System, where he was responsible for linking the 787 global production systems and helping it achieve world-class levels of efficiency with a focus on quality, stability and flow; leading start-up and sustaining production of the Interiors Responsibility Center South Carolina and serving as the center’s director; various leadership positions in the BCA Lean Enterprise Office, the Next-Generation 737 Program, Tooling and Shipside support organizations; and factory supervisor in the Boeing Fabrication organization for both composite and metal fabrication centers. Ballard earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech University. He went on to earn a Master’s of Business Administration and a Master’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering, both from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

The Honorable James Battle | Nichols, SC

Mr. Battle was elected in 2013 to the MUSC Board of Trustees as the lay representative from the 7th Congressional District. He graduated from the Citadel with a B.S. in Business and received an M.B.A. from the University of South Carolina and a Doctorate of Humanities from Francis Marion University. Jim is co-owner of several businesses in Nichols and Mullins, SC. He previously served in the US Army and is a Vietnam veteran; a banker at Wachovia Bank & Trust; a financial consultant for Merrill Lynch; an instructor at UNC-Pembroke and at Francis Marion University, and serves on the Commission for Higher Education.

John Cahill

John Cahill | Charleston, SC

Mr. Cahill is Vice Chairman of The Kraft Heinz Company based in Chicago and Pittsburgh. A Charleston native and resident, Mr. Cahill also serves as lead director of American Airlines Group and on the board of Colgate-Palmolive Company. Previously, Mr. Cahill served as Chairman and Chief Executive of Kraft Foods Group and of The Pepsi Bottling Group. Mr. Cahill is an honors graduate of Harvard College and received an MBA from Harvard Business School. He had served on the boards of Legg Mason and the US-Russia Business Council and as chairman of the American Beverage Association. He is married to Betsy Kirkland Cahill and they have four children.

Brinda Modi Chokshi

Dr. Brinda Chokshi | Florence, SC

Dr. Chokshi specializes in internal medicine and earned her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. She works at Hope Health in Florence, SC. Dr. Chokshi is a former board member of the School Foundation, a nonprofit promoting excellence in Florence, South Carolina, School District 1. She is a member of the American Medical Association and South Carolina Medical Association.

Deborah Jones Davis

Dr. Deborah Jones Davis | Columbia, SC

Dr. Davis specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology and currently practices at Waverly Women’s Health Center. Dr. Davis received her undergraduate degree from Winthrop University before attending and graduating from MUSC’s College of Medicine. She is a member of the MUSC College of Medicine Alumni Board.

Rick Dhillon

Rick Dhillon | Greenville, SC

Rick Dhillon is a practicing dentist in Greenville, SC.  He has lived in Greenville since he was two months old and attended school in Greenville through high school.  He graduated The Citadel in 1993 and was the Regimental Athletic Officer his senior year.  After The Citadel, he attended MUSC School of Dental Medicine and graduated in 1997.  He met his wife, Pamela Dhillon, in dental school and they married after graduation in May of 1997.  They set up practice in Greenville and have practiced together since 1999.

Rick has been an active member of the American Dental Association, Piedmont Dental Society, Greenville Dental Society, and the Academy of General Dentistry.  He has a passion for helping patients and enjoys mentoring young dentists who are about to graduate and ones who have already graduated.  

Rick enjoys spending time with his daughters, Brooke (16) and Alexis (14).  His girls keep him busy in sports and extracurricular activities.  

In his spare time, Rick enjoys playing golf, working out, and spending time building relationships at work and outside of work.  Because of practicing dentistry for the past 23 years in the same town, he has been able to meet and influence people in all aspects of his life.

John Downing

John Downing | Green Pond, SC

Mr. Downing is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Brown Advisory Inc., an investment advisory firm. Previously he was founder and CIO of CDK Group, an advisor to ultra-high net worth families with special emphasis on alternative investments. He spent 19 years with Goldman, Sachs & Co. in London and New York where he was a General Partner from 1992 to 2000. He has or is currently serving on various for profit and not for profit boards and investment committees including Vanderbilt University, The Hotchkiss School, Morristown Memorial Hospital, The Nature Conservancy of NJ and High Mowing Seeds.  Mr. Downing received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in 1978 and an MBA with honors from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business in 1982. He and his wife, Francie, reside in Green Pond, SC. 

Thomas Flanagan 

Thomas K. Flanagan | Kiawah Island, SC

Tom is a retired partner of Stone Harbor Investment Partners, LP, a credit-oriented fixed income investment manager.  He was one of the founding partners of Stone Harbor and worked there and at predecessor firms including Citigroup Asset Management and Salomon Brothers Asset Management for over 27 years.Prior to joining Salomon Brothers he worked in investment research at Merrill Lynch, Reliance Insurance and JP Morgan.  Mr. Flanagan has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Holy Cross College and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.  Tom has been an Investment Committee Member of the Charleston Animal Society since 2019, a three-time fund raiser and rider of the Pan-Mass Challenge, and the former head of Parish Council at St. Thomas More in Darien, CT. Flanagan is a resident of Kiawah Island, S.C.

George W. Gephart, Jr.

George W. Gephart, Jr. | Charleston, SC

Mr. Gephart spent 20 years with 1838 Investment Advisors of Philadelphia as senior managing director overseeing the equity investment process and managing the portfolios of major non-profit organizations and other clients. Mr. Gephart served as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Main Line Health, Inc., a Director at Natural Lands Trust, Inc., and a Trustee of The Curtis Institute of Music. Outside of his professional career, Mr. Gephart is an avid naturalist, birder, and outdoors person with a keen interest in the environment and the natural sciences.

Mike Heath

Colonel Mike Heath, U.S. Army (Ret.) | Lexington, KY

Col. Heath  is President and CEO of Heath Healthcare Consulting and a retired Army Colonel having served at the Chief Pharmacist for the US. Army and Pharmacy Consultant to the Army Surgeon General.  He received his BS in Premed from Clemson University; BS in Pharmacy from MUSC, and completed a post graduate pharmacy residency in Hospital Pharmacy at the Pharmacy in the Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center.   Col. Heath is a member of the American Pharmacists Association; the American Society of Health System Pharmacists; Lexington, KY  (Beaumont) YMCA Board of Directors,  a member of the University of Cincinnati (James Winkle) College of Pharmacy Leadership Advisory Board, and a sustaining member of the Association of Military Surgeons of the US.  He is also currently a member of the of the Building Leadership Committee and the Dean's Advisory Council for the MUSC College of Pharmacy.

Harold Jablon

Harold Jablon, DMD | Charleston, SC

Dr. Jablon has been practicing dentistry in Columbia since graduating from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1971. He served our nation by working for the United States Navy Dental Corps from 1971 to 1973 finishing with a rank of Lieutenant. Dr. Jablon then opened up his own General Practice for Family and Cosmetic Dentistry where he practiced for 33 years. He continues to work with pediatric patients in Kids First Dental in Columbia. Dr. Jablon is a member of many dental organizations, including past President of the Greater Columbia Dental Association, Member of the Pierre Fauchard Academy-International Honorary Dental Association, Fellow of the American College of Dentistry, Member of the American Dental Association, Member of the South Carolina Dental Association, Past President of the Medical University of South Carolina Alumni Association, 1999 Recipient of the Presidential Merit Award-Medical University of South Carolina, 2005 named to listing of Best Dentists in America, 2008 Recipient of the Pierre Fauchard Academy Certificate of Recognition for support and contributions to the profession of dentistry, and 2016 recipient of the College of Dental Medicine Alumni Award of Honor. Dr. Jablon was a member of the MUSC Board of Trustees from 2009 – 2017. Dr. Jablon and his wife, Irene, continue to be very supportive of MUSC and the College of Dental Medicine.

Michael Joukowsky

Misha Joukowsky | Charleston, SC

Mr. Joukowsky is the CEO of a private investment firm specializing in domestic and international value oriented investments.  He is also a Chief Investment Officer of the Joukowsky Family Foundation.  He is a graduate of Brown University and received his MBA from Babson College.

Bob Keane | Lexington, SC

Mr. Keane has more than 36 years of leadership experience in the communications industry, beginning his career in AT&T’s management development program in 1981. In 1999, he founded Comcast Business Communications and became President and CEO. Later, Mr. Keane served as President and COO of Cavalier Telephone and, since 2010, has served as the President and CEO of Spirit Communications and CEO of PalmettoNet. He serves on the Board of Spirit Communications, Stem Premier and Arena Racing USA, and also serves on Clemson University’s Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Board of Advocates. Mr. Keane is a graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology with a BSEE and Masters of Science in Management.

James Lemon

Dr. James Lemon | Columbia, SC

Dr. Lemon practices oral and maxillofacial surgery since finishing his residency at Emory University. Prior to Emory, he graduated from Clemson University, MUSC College of Dental Medicine, and completed an internship at MUSC. Dr. Lemon is past president of the Greater Columbia Dental Society, Central District Dental Society, and the South Carolina Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. In 2014, he was elected to the MUSC Board of Trustees and serves as the medical professions representative from the Second Congressional District.

James S. Macleod

Jim Macleod | Hilton Head Island, SC

Mr. MacLeod is the Non Executive Chairman of the Board for Sykes Enterprises. He is a Director of CoastalSouth Bankshares and Director of CoastalStates Bank. Mr. MacLeod is also a Director and Treasurer of the Art Center of Coastal Carolina and Director of Mortgage Banks Association of American. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of Tampa, MCP from Georgia Institute of Technology, a Master of Science in real estate also from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Jan Childress McCrary

Jan Childress McCrary | Easley, SC

Ms. McCrary is Vice President of HMR Veterans Services in Greenville, SC. She serves on the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Advisory Board; on the Clemson University IPTAY Athletic Foundation Board and is a member of the Executive Committee for Clemson University Will to Lead $1 billion capital campaign. Ms. Childress has also served on the Furman University Advisory Council. Philanthropic efforts are of high significance for Jan and her family, having served on South Carolina Make-A-Wish Board and the Cancer Society of Greenville County. Jan is married to Bill and has one daughter and two grandchildren.

Lisa Montgomery

Lisa P. Montgomery | Charleston, SC

Ms. Montgomery is the former Executive Vice President for Finance and Operations at MUSC. In this role, she was directly responsible to the President of the University for providing the leadership and vision necessary to assure effective oversight of all fiscal and general operations of the University. Ms. Montgomery has served on the President’s Cabinet and senior leadership team, providing counsel to the University’s administrative, academic, and healthcare leadership teams, as well as MUSC’s Board of Trustees.

Prior to this position, she served as the Chief Financial Officer of the MUSC Medical Center. Ms. Montgomery has worked in a variety of academic and non-academic healthcare roles, spanning a 35-year career. She served on the Board of Directors for MUSC Physicians and the Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic. Ms. Montgomery is past president of the South Carolina Healthcare Financial Management Association and served on the Board of Directors for five years. She also previously served on the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Hospital Association, the South Carolina Education Authority, the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Trident United Way. She received the YQCA Women of Influence Award in 2004 and the TUW Role Model of the Year Award in 2018.

Ms. Montgomery holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Business Administration from Presbyterian College and a Master in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina. She also maintains professional memberships in the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Healthcare Financial Management Association and the National Association of College and University Business Officers.

Thomas F. Motamed

Tom Motamed | Kiawah Island, SC

Mr. Motamed was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CNA Financial Corporation from January 2009 to November 2016. He has served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of Chubb & Son, Inc. Mr. Motamed has served as Director of CNA Surety Corporation, Verisk Analytics , World Business Chicago, Hardy Underwriting Bermuda Ltd. and currently holds a seat as a Trustee of Adelphi University. Mr. Motamed graduated from the Delaware Law School with a Juris Doctor degree and received a BA degree in Biology from Adelphi University.

Susan Pearlstine Norton

Susan Pearlstine Norton | Charleston, SC

Mrs. Pearlstine Norton is the Owner and Director of Pearlstine Family Companies.  Redeveloping The Bend in North Charleston is a focus along with managing family philanthropy.  Susan is on the Board of Directors for Spoleto.  She is the benefactor and is engaged in the development of the Susan Pearlstine Center for Sarcoidosis Excellence at MUSC.

Thomas Parrington

Thomas Parrington | Kiawah Island, SC

Mr. Parrington served as Chief Executive Officer of Lodgian, Inc. and Chief Executive Officer of Interstate Hotels until his retirement. Since retiring Mr. Parrington has focused on real estate investments (primarily hotels) and consultancy. He was also Co-Chairman and Independent Director of Key Hospitality Acquisition Corporation since 2005. Mr. Parrington has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Georgetown University.

Celeste Patrick

Dr. Celeste Patrick | Charleston, SC

Dr. Patrick is a retired Associate Clinical Professor for the Medical University of South Carolina. She attended Furman University and graduated from the University of South Carolina with a BS in Pharmacy. She then received her Medical Doctor degree from MUSC. Dr. Patrick completed a 3 year residency in Pediatrics and a 2 year fellowship in Neonatology, both at MUSC. She also serves on the MUSC Medical Alumni Board. She is married to Charles Patrick Jr. and they have two children. Dr. Patrick and her husband also own Patrick Properties Hospitality Group, which includes Lowndes Grove, the William Aiken House, the American Theater and Parcel 32 Restaurant. Dr. Patrick is also involved in the Arts and philanthropy. 

Brian Poplin

Dr. Brian Poplin | Boca Raton, Florida

Dr. Poplin has held senior level executive positions ranging from Vice President, to President and Chief Executive Officer at healthcare management and medical technology organizations since 2003. His past corporate leadership positions have included ARAMARK Healthcare Technology Services and ARAMARK Healthcare. He also has strong roots in biomedical engineering and healthcare technology services. Dr. Poplin earned his Doctor of Health Administration & Policy at the Medical University of South Carolina. He holds both a Master of Science in business management and a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. He is board certified in healthcare management, a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and a member of the standards council for the Commission of the Accreditation of Health Management Education. His professional affiliations have included the Coalition to Protect American’s Healthcare, MUSC College of Health Professions (Public Advisory Board), American College of Healthcare Executives, Frontiers of Health Services Management (Editorial Board), North Carolina Biomedical Association (President & Board of Directors), Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, and the American College of Clinical Engineering. Dr. Poplin is an active presenter in the healthcare industry and author of numerous publications.

Omar Ramberan 

Omar Ramberan | Charleston, SC

Mr. Ramberan is a Senior Vice President at Truist Bank and was previously a banker at SunTrust Bank and Wells Fargo. Currently he serves as a commercial banking relationship manager. With a focus on growth and exit strategies, Omar has experience in traditional bank financing, treasury management, New Market Tax Credit solutions and other corporate bank needs.

Mr. Ramberan is actively involved in the community. He has served and participated in numerous organizations including: Trident United Way – Y.P.S. Past Board Member, Maritime Association of South Carolina, Charleston and Berkeley Chambers of Commerce, Rotary Club of North Charleston Breakfast - past board member, and currently serves as board member for Trinity Montessori and the Propeller Club of Charleston.

Omar grew up in North Charleston and is a graduate of RB Stall High School and The Citadel. He is married to Sarah Raley Ramberan, who is an alumna of the MUSC College of Nursing. She works at the VA Medical Center as a nurse practitioner. They have two children.

Charles W. Schulze

Charles Schulze | Greenwood, SC

Mr. Schulze is a retired shareholder in the regional accounting and consulting firm of Elliot Davis, LLC , and currently practices as a Financial Forensics Investigator and expert witness in financial crimes.  He is a past Distinguished Lecturer at the University of Georgia , a former President of the SC Association of CPAs as well as a former member and chairman of the SC Board of Accountancy.  Mr. Schulze is the current Chairman of the MUSC Board of Trustees. He received a BBA degree in accounting from the University of Georgia and his masters from USC.  Mr. Schulze is a Veteran of the Vietnam War and spent four years in the US Air Force where he received numerous decorations.

Marva Smalls

Marva Smalls | New York, NY

Ms. Smalls is Executive Vice President of Global Inclusion Strategy for Viacom and Executive Vice President of Public Affairs, Chief of Staff for Nickelodeon Networks Group. Ms. Smalls works with the leadership of all Viacom brands to champion multiculturalism, inclusiveness and diversity across the company worldwide. She has been widely recognized as a force for positive social change, having been honored with NAMIC’s prestigious L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Award, The National Action Network’s Triumph Award and T. Howard Foundation’s Champion of Diversity Award. Prior to joining Viacom in 1993, Ms. Smalls’ career in the public sector included serving as Staff Director of South Carolina’s Private Industry Council for Governor Richard Riley and later as Chief of Staff for South Carolina Congressman Robin Tallon for 10 years. She was the first African-American to serve as Chief of Staff for a white Southern Member of Congress. Ms. Smalls has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of South Carolina. She serves on numerous boards of directors including the National Council for Families and Television, the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, CTAM Foundation, Big Brothers – Big Sisters of America, the National Bank of South Carolina, the South Carolina Educational Television Endowment Commission, Medical University of South Carolina and American Theater Wing. She is the recipient of Honorary Doctorate of Humanities degrees.

Ronald L. Thompson

Dr. Ronald L. Thompson | Charleston, SC

Dr. Thompson has served as Chairman of the TIAA Board since 2008.  He has been a director of Fiat Chrysler Automotive since 2014 and serves as its senior independent director.  Dr. Thompson has also been a member of the advisory board of Plymouth Ventures Partnership since 2010.  He serves on the board of Washington University in St. Louis.  He earned a B.B.A. from the University of Michigan and an M.S. and Ph.D. from Michigan State University.  Dr. Thompson provides extensive business management experience, understanding of higher education and leadership skills. 

Charles Wendell

Charles Wendell | Charleston, SC

Charlie has been a CPA since 1972, but for the last 45+ years, he has focused on real estate and business development. He has held principal positions in the coal, construction, hotel, and real estate fields, and he has developed over $600,000,000 in hotels, commercial buildings and residential properties projects in the middle Atlantic and southern part of the U.S. He is the CEO of VIM, Inc. which has served as the manager of every hotel developed. Charlie is also responsible for essential financing of each development project the group undertakes. Additionally, he manages the day-to-day financial controls of the various development projects once completed.

Charlie has served in a variety of government and philanthropic roles including the following:

  • The General Chair of a West Virginia Gubernatorial Inauguration
  • The sole coordinator of Porter Gaud's campus construction of the science building, gymnasium, athletic fields, and campus improvement
  • Porter Gaud's Board Chair from 2000 - 2005
  • The Gibbes Museum's Board, Finance, and Executive Committees
  • Member and Chair of the Mary Babb Randolph Canter Center Advisory Board in Morgantown, WV
  • The Marshall University Foundation Board
  • Youth baseball coach and league coordinator for over 20 years

Charlie graduated with Honors from Marshall University in 1970 with a degree in accounting and was inducted into The Marshall University Business Hall of Fame. He currently resides in Charleston, SC and Fayetteville, WV.

Ann Wrobleski 

Ann Wrobleski | Charleston, SC

Ms. Wrobleski recently retired as a corporate officer of International Paper where she managed relationships and teams in the US, Europe, Brazil, China and India as Vice President for Global Government Relations.  She also served as a Director of IP/APPM, Ltd, headquartered in India. Her public sector experience includes positions at the State Department where she was nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate to serve as an Assistant Secretary for International Narcotic Matters and as lead US negotiator (ambassadorial rank) for a United Nations Convention. She was also appointed by the Secretary of Commerce and the US Trade Representative to chair the International Advisory Committee on Forest Products and appointed by the Secretary of Agriculture and the US Trade Representative to the Agricultural Policy Committee for Trade.  Ms. Wrobleski is considered the architect of First Lady Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign and also worked as a press secretary and speechwriter in the US House and Senate and on political campaigns In Florida.  She is a graduate of Stephens College and chaired the Board of Trustees.  In  addition to her service at the MUSC Foundation, she also works with the Friends of the National Arboretum and Vision Cashiers.

Stuart Ames 

Stuart Ames | Charleston, SC

Stuart is the Chief Executive Officer of the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, he worked as an outsourced chief investment officer (“OCIO”) for King Pine Investments and Commonfund. As an OCIO, Stuart served non-profit organizations in the U.S. and Canada, which included universities, colleges, hospital and healthcare foundations, community foundations, and other religious and cultural institutions. Earlier in his career, Stuart was the Chief Investment Officer for a group providing customized portfolios of hedge funds to Citi’s Private Bank clients. Stuart also worked at SEI Investments and Morgan Stanley. He has a BA in Economics from Brigham Young University and an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Robyn Frampton

Robyn Frampton | Charleston, SC

Mrs. Frampton, a CPA with over 30 years of experience, has served as the CFO of the MUSC Foundation for 15 years. Mrs. Frampton has also served as the COO of the Foundation for the past two years. Prior to taking this position, she held roles as Director of Fiscal Affairs and Internal Audits Manager for MUSC. Robyn began her career in public accounting with Coopers and Lybrand and Ernst and Young. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a BS in Accounting. Mrs. Frampton is an active member in several civic and professional organizations.