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March of Dimes Midlands Division Welcomes Adriene Tyler
Published:
10/10/2013 5:35:47 PM


Adriene Tyler
 

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The March of Dimes is proud to announce that Adriene Tyler has joined the Midlands Division as Community Director. Formerly, Ms. Tyler was an IT Acquisition Administrator with The LPA Group Incorporated. She served in several positions with The LPA Group since 1987. Ms. Tyler graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Columbia College.

"We are so pleased to have Adriene Tyler join our organization. Her experience will help us achieve our goals and continue working for stronger, healthier babies," said Anne Genevieve Gallivan, Executive Director of the Midlands Division.

The March of Dimes Midlands Division hosts March for Babies events in Greater Columbia, and the following counties: Newberry, Sumter, Orangeburg, Aiken, Lancaster, York and Darlington/Florence. The Division also presents the following events in Columbia: The Signature Chefs Auction, The African American Achievement Award and The Business Leader of the Year Award. For more information and sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, visit "Events" at www.marchofdimes.com/southcarolina.

Each year, the South Carolina Chapter of the March of Dimes invests in mission initiatives statewide, including research grants and local community services. Through these program services, the March of Dimes continues working to prevent birth defects and infant death, reduce South Carolina's premature birth rate, increase access to prenatal care and educate healthcare providers and women about having healthy babies.

In 2013, the March of Dimes celebrates its 75th Anniversary and its ongoing work to help babies get a healthy start in life. Early research led to the Salk and Sabin polio vaccines that all babies still receive. Other breakthroughs include new treatments for premature infants and children with birth defects. Four million babies are born each year in the United States, and all have benefitted from March of Dimes lifesaving research and education. For information on March of Dimes opportunities in your community, visit marchofdimes.com/southcarolina. Find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.


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