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Background Information

Employment History

Columbia World Affairs Council

Chairperson

The Caring Coins Foundation

President

My Carolina

Affiliations

Life Member
University of South Carolina

Board Member
First Financial Holdings Inc

Founding Board Member
Palmetto Institute

Board Member
Heritage Classic Foundation

Nominating Committee and Vice Chairman
Presbyterian College

Member of the Board of the MUSC Foundation
Medical University of South Carolina

Board Member
First Federal of Charleston

Life Member
Independent Colleges

Chairman of the Centers for Economic Excellence Board As Well As A Member of the Board
South Carolina Competitiveness Council

Board Member
New Carolina

Board Member
Carolina Alumni Association

Senior Advisor
Liberty Fellowship

Council Member
New Carolina

Board Member
South Carolina Aquarium

Business Advisory Board Member
The Trelys Funds LP

Liaison
NFL

Board Member
Health Sciences Foundation

Honorary Chair
Business Week

Executive Director
Lottery Insider

Member
S.C. State Ethics Commission

Member and Subcommittee Chair
Governor's Commission on Restructuring

Member of the Task Force for Restructuring State Government
South Carolina State Chamber

Member
Cultural Council of Hilton Head Island

Board Member
First Financial's and Federal

Incorporating Board Member
South Carolina Higher Education Foundation , Inc.

Board Member
Corporation's And Federal

Education

Estill High School

The University of South Carolina

University of South Carolina

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Paula Harper Bethea was born in Hampton County, South Carolina and graduated from Estill High School. In 1975, she graduated from the University of South Carolina, with honors, and moved to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina in 1977. Paula is Director of External Relations for McNair, and is active in numerous local, state and national organizations. Paula serves as Chair Emeritus of the United Way of America's Board of Governors, having been Chair in 1996-1997. As a member of the Board of Governors, she served as Chair of the National Initiatives Committee, the United Ways' Leadership Conference, and the Community Impact Committee. She was also the United Way Liaison to the NFL and a member of the Board of United Way International. In addition to her national leadership, Paula serves as a former Chair of the United Way of South Carolina, and former Chair of the United Way of Beaufort County. Paula chairs the Board of The Drummond Center at Erskine College, is Chair of The Caring Coins Foundation on Hilton Head Island and is Chair of the Board of the Hilton Head Regional Medical Center. She is a Board Member of First Financial Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiary, First Federal of Charleston, and she is a Founding Board Member of the Palmetto Institute where she serves as Secretary. She is a life member of Independent Colleges and Universities of South Carolina; a member of the Board of the MCI Heritage Classic Foundation; a member of the Board of the MUSC Foundation at the Medical University of South Carolina where she chairs the Nominating Committee and Vice Chairman of the Board of Presbyterian College. She is a past Chair of the Board of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Columbia College (1998-2000) and of the Heart and Vascular Center at the Medical University of South Carolina. She was one of nine South Carolinians chosen to establish the South Carolina Education Lottery, and is now the chairman of the Centers for Economic Excellence Board, as well as a member of the Board of the South Carolina Competitiveness Council.


HARGRAY: Caring Coins | Premier Lowcountry Magazine of Bluffton and Hilton Head South Carolina

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At the August 2012 ceremony celebrating the $2 million donation milestone, Caring Coins Foundation Chairperson Paula Harper-Bethea spoke to a crowd of grant recipients and local contributors about the importance of donations.


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COLUMBIA, SC - October 28, 2010 - The Columbia World Affairs Council has named Paula Harper Bethea its 2010 Global Vision Award winner. The award is presented annually to the individual, organization or business that has demonstrated a vision toward the advancement of international affairs in South Carolina. Bethea will be honored at a gala dinner on October 28, 2010 at the Columbia Marriott.
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Actively involved in South Carolina's business, civic and education communities, Bethea serves as chair Emeritus of the United Way of America's Board of Governors, having been chair in 1996-1997. She was also the United Way Liaison to the NFL and a member of the Board of United Way International. In addition to her national leadership, she also serves as a former Chair of the United Way of South Carolina, and of the United Way of Beaufort County.
She is Chairman of the Board of First Financial Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiary, First Federal of Charleston, and she is a founding Board member of the Palmetto Institute where she serves as Secretary. Bethea is also the chair of The Caring Coins Foundation on Hilton Head Island and immediate past chair of the Hilton Head Hospital Board. She is a life member of Independent Colleges and Universities of South Carolina; a member of the board of the MCI Heritage Classic Foundation; a member emeritus of the board of the MUSC Foundation at the Medical University of South Carolina. Additionally, Bethea is vice-chairman of the board of Presbyterian College, vice-chairman of the board of the South Carolina Research Foundation, and was one of the nine South Carolinians chosen to establish the South Carolina Education Lottery.
She is a past chair of the board of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Columbia College (1998-2000) and of the Heart and Vascular Center at the Medical University of South Carolina. In addition, Bethea is a former board chair of the Hilton Head Island Chamber of Commerce; former member of the South Carolina State Ethics Commission. Bethea served as a member of the South Carolina State Chamber's Task Force for Restructuring State Government in 1991, and was a member and subcommittee chair of the Governor's Commission on Restructuring.
A recipient of the prestigious Order of the Palmetto, Bethea, along with her husband William L. Bethea, was named the 2006 South Carolina Business Leader of the Year.


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COLUMBIA, SC - October 28, 2010 - The Columbia World Affairs Council has named Paula Harper Bethea its 2010 Global Vision Award winner. The award is presented annually to the individual, organization or business that has demonstrated a vision toward the advancement of international affairs in South Carolina. Bethea will be honored at a gala dinner on October 28, 2010 at the Columbia Marriott.
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Actively involved in South Carolina's business, civic and education communities, Bethea serves as chair Emeritus of the United Way of America's Board of Governors, having been chair in 1996-1997. She was also the United Way Liaison to the NFL and a member of the Board of United Way International. In addition to her national leadership, she also serves as a former Chair of the United Way of South Carolina, and of the United Way of Beaufort County.
She is Chairman of the Board of First Financial Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiary, First Federal of Charleston, and she is a founding Board member of the Palmetto Institute where she serves as Secretary. Bethea is also the chair of The Caring Coins Foundation on Hilton Head Island and immediate past chair of the Hilton Head Hospital Board. She is a life member of Independent Colleges and Universities of South Carolina; a member of the board of the MCI Heritage Classic Foundation; a member emeritus of the board of the MUSC Foundation at the Medical University of South Carolina. Additionally, Bethea is vice-chairman of the board of Presbyterian College, vice-chairman of the board of the South Carolina Research Foundation, and was one of the nine South Carolinians chosen to establish the South Carolina Education Lottery.
She is a past chair of the board of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Columbia College (1998-2000) and of the Heart and Vascular Center at the Medical University of South Carolina. In addition, Bethea is a former board chair of the Hilton Head Island Chamber of Commerce; former member of the South Carolina State Ethics Commission. Bethea served as a member of the South Carolina State Chamber's Task Force for Restructuring State Government in 1991, and was a member and subcommittee chair of the Governor's Commission on Restructuring.
A recipient of the prestigious Order of the Palmetto, Bethea, along with her husband William L. Bethea, was named the 2006 South Carolina Business Leader of the Year.

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