The MUSC Foundation board announced its recently elected officers and newest members Sept. 22.
Walter Seinsheimer, president and chairman of Dolphin Architects & Builders was re-elected chair. Richard Elliott, president of Maverick Southern Kitchens was re-elected vice chairman. Robyn Frampton, chief financial officer for the foundation, will serve as treasurer. Thomas Anderson, the foundation's chief executive officer, will serve as secretary.
New members include John Barter, president of AlliedSignal Automotive, Kiawah Island; Helen "Cokie" Berenyi, president and managing partner of Red Triangle, Charleston; Richard Hagins, chairman and CEO of Universal Supplies & Services, Greenville; Lou Hammond, chairman and founder of Lou Hammond & Associates, Charleston and New York; Susanna Johnson, graduate student at New York University, George Heyman Jr., Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising, New York and Spartanburg; and Kevin Luzak, CEO of Coastal Forest Resource Management, New York and Charleston.
For more information on the MUSC Foundation board, visit http://academicdepartments.musc.edu/board.