South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) is collaborating with the Department of Population Health of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) School of Dental Medicine, the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) to improve access to healthcare and social services in the state. The CBSHS, in partnership with Prisma Health Oconee Memorial Hospital (OMH), has opened a center to address the critical needs of the aging population in the north of the state. Sarah, who earned a master's degree in Health Management and a bachelor's degree in exercise science from the University of South Carolina, developed the first draft of the South Carolina Community Paramedical Plan during her residency. The South Carolina Ag+ Art Tour is an annual self-guided tour of local farms and markets across the state that includes 120 sites in 10 counties over six weekends in May and June.
Graham Adams serves as executive director of SCORH, a non-profit statewide organization that strives to improve access to care, quality of life, and health outcomes in rural and underserved communities. Jessica, a native of Columbia, earned a degree in social work from Columbia College and a master's degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. Across South Carolina, there is a growing network of “digital economy ecosystems” that are transforming rural communities into thriving centers of innovation and technological employment. Romaine earned her master's degree in human resource management and a bachelor of arts degree from South Carolina State University.
Culler is the executive director of the South Carolina Ag+ Art Tour. He grew up on Coosaw Island, South Carolina, and is proud to represent the beautiful people of the Gullah Geechie Nation. When he died in 1983, Moore donated the Springdale Racecourse and adjacent properties to the state of South Carolina. His co-workers nominated him for an award for his foresight and diligence in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic even before it occurred in South Carolina.
He earned a master's degree in social work from the University of South Carolina and a science degree, with a specialization in Social Work, from the University of West Carolina. Growing up in a rural community, she is passionate about working to improve the overall health and economic outcomes of rural communities across the state.