Citadel staffer graduates from Leadership South Carolina
Leadership South Carolina, the state's most recognized leadership development program, announced its Class of 2013 graduates, including Nancy Bright, deputy director of auxiliary enterprises at The Citadel.
As the only statewide leadership program that focuses on solutions for the entire state, Leadership South Carolina's graduates are focused on one goal – to positively impact South Carolina through awareness of the state's most urgent challenges.
Bright completed the 120+ hour- program, learning about education, economic development, energy, history, social issues, health and natural resources. The program culminated with a project to benefit Sustaining our Seniors, an awareness campaign for senior hunger relief in the Lieutenant Governor's Office on Aging.
Bright is a graduate of the College of Charleston and earned her master's in biology in 2005 from The Citadel. She began her career at College of Charleston as a programs coordinator in information technology. She then moved to the Department of State Information Technology, a division of the South Carolina Budget and Control Board as an account manager.
A John's Island resident, Bright came to The Citadel in 2006 as director of communications and support services. In 2012 she was promoted to deputy director of auxiliary enterprises and assists in the management of nine auxiliary departments that include campus dining, bookstore, cadet store, barbershop, vending, and tailor, dry cleaning and laundry services.