On The Move
Citadel staffer selected to participate in Leadership South Carolina
Sep 14, 2012
CHARLESTON, SC - Septemebr 14, 2012 - Nancy Bright, deputy director of auxiliary enterprises at The Citadel, has been selected for the Leadership South Carolina Class of 2013. The program, which is supported by Clemson University’s Institute for Economic and Community Development at the Sandhill Research and Education Center, was established in 1979 to provide gifted and highly motivated South Carolinians an opportunity to advance their leadership skills while broadening their understanding of issues facing the state.
Each year, individuals are selected for the nine-month program through a competitive process. Selection is based on an applicant’s demonstrated abilities as a leader and on their past records of service in a leadership capacity.
The 51-member Class of 2013 comes from the public and private sectors and nonprofits across South Carolina. The program incorporates statewide experts in a variety of fields to explore quality of life, economic development, education and social issues. The class will meet business executives, community and government leaders and others who will encourage them to pursue positive change in South Carolina.
Bright is a graduate of the College and 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.