Oct. 27, 2009
CHARLESTON -- At recent Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Foundation Board meeting, Anita G. Zucker was re-elected chair of the board. The purpose of the Foundation is to support education, research, patient care and other MUSC programs. Zucker, of Charleston, received her bachelor's degree in education from the University of Florida and continued her training at the University of North Florida by completing her master's degree. Zucker is a mother, businesswoman and former school teacher.
William (Bill) A. Baker, Jr., of Kiawah Island and Chairman of the Board of The Baker Companies headquartered in Pleasantville, NY, was re-elected Vice Chair. Robyn M. Frampton, of Mt. Pleasant, Chief Financial Officer for the MUSC Foundation, will serve as Treasurer, and Thomas P. Anderson, of Charleston, Chief Executive Officer for the MUSC Foundation, will serve as Secretary.
Newly elected to the board to serve their first full 3-year term were:
• L. John Clark of Kiawah Island. Clark is Chairman of The Steamboat Capital Group, LLC and has served as CEO of BET, PLC; Chairman and CEO of Coremark International, Inc., and Co-founder and CEO of Compass Partners International. He received his bachelor's degree and master's degree in business administration from the Wharton School of Business and Commerce, The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
• General Walter F. Johnson, III, of Georgetown. General Johnson is a former Chief of the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps and Director of U.S. Army Worldwide Health Services Operations. He received his bachelor's degree from West Virginia State University and master's degree from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He also attended the Harvard JFK School of Government.
• Daniel J. Sullivan of Kiawah Island. Sullivan is President of Flyway, LLC. He was President and CEO of FedEx Ground until his retirement in December 2006. Sullivan received his bachelor's degree from Amherst College.
• Allan E. Stalvey of Columbia was appointed by MUSC's Board of Trustees to serve his first 3-year term on the MUSC Foundation Board. Stalvey is Senior Vice President for the South Carolina Hospital Association and is responsible for overseeing the association's advocacy and communication efforts.
Founded in 1824 in Charleston, The Medical University of South Carolina is the oldest medical school in the South. Today, MUSC continues the tradition of excellence in education, research, and patient care. MUSC educates and trains more than 3,000 students and residents, and has nearly 11,000 employees, including 1,500 faculty members. As the largest non-federal employer in Charleston, the university and its affiliates have collective annual budgets in excess of $1.6 billion. MUSC operates a 750-bed medical center, which includes a nationally recognized Children's Hospital and a leading Institute of Psychiatry. For more information on academic information or clinical services, visit www.musc.edu or www.muschealth.com.