PSC Welcomes New Board Members
Vivian Glover & Bill Comer
Preservation South Carolina is thrilled to announce the addition of two new members to our board of directors!
We are pleased to welcome Vivian Glover to our board of directors. Born in Orangeburg, Vivian would go on to travel the world, achieving much professional success during her time with NBC news, both here in the US and abroad. While in England, she made time to write her first book, The First Fig Tree, a novel that was a Book-of-the-Month Club alternate selection. In 1992, she returned to Orangeburg, where she has taught at both South Carolina State University and Claflin College. “I feel rooted here,” she says of Orangeburg. “My parents and other family members are here. There is something in the air that makes me feel content– at home.” Welcome, Vivian!
Another addition we are pleased to welcome is Bill Comer, a native of Union, who now resides in Lexington. Bill specializes in finance and operations management for various businesses and has a deep appreciation for history. In addition, Bill served as chief audit officer and consultant for an international pharmaceutical company. He is a certified public accountant and is also a member of the Corporate Directors Forum.
Both Vivian and Bill have a deep passion for our mission and vision, and we look forward to utilizing their wealth of information, knowledge and talent, as we seek to preserve the historic and irreplaceable architectural heritage of South Carolina.