Anita G. Zucker was re-elected chair of the board of directors of the
MUSC Foundation at a recent meeting. The purpose of the foundation is
to support education, research, patient care and other MUSC programs.
Zucker, of Charleston, received her bachelor of science degree in
education from the University of Florida and continued her training at
the University of North Florida by completing her master’s degree.
William (Bill) Baker Jr. of Kiawah Island, chairman of the board of The
Baker Companies headquartered in Pleasantville, N.Y., was re-elected
vice chair. Robyn Frampton of Mount Pleasant, chief financial
officer for the MUSC Foundation, will serve as treasurer, and Thomas
Anderson of Charleston, chief executive officer for the MUSC
Foundation, will serve as secretary.
Newly elected to the board to serve their first full three-year term
was L. John Clark of Kiawah Island; Gen. Walter Johnson III of
Georgetown; Daniel Sullivan of Kiawah Island; and Allan Stalvey
Friday, Nov. 27, 2009