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Major Eric Watson Graduates from the Riley Institute at Furman University Diversity Leaders Initiative’s 10th Lowcountry Class
Published:
12/10/2015 10:47:31 AM


Eric Watson
 
On December 9, 2015, Major Eric Watson, successfully completed and graduated from the Riley Institute at Furman University, and is now identified as a “Riley Fellow”.

Major Eric Watson was one of 45 leaders from the Lowcountry and surrounding areas selected to participate in the 10th Lowcountry class of the Riley Institute at Furman’s University Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI). “DLI and the Riley Fellows have matured into a potent force to help move South Carolina forward,” said Dr. Don Gordon, executive director of the Riley Institute.

“The variety of unique experiences and perspectives that this class brings to the table is so important to the meaningful dialogue and work of DLI,” Gordon said. He said that although the class is varied in background and experience, “they have a common ability to effect change through leadership positions in their organizations and community.”

Major Watson joins more than 1500 Riley Fellows from across the state. Class members met over the course of five months in a format driven by timely, relevant case studies and other experiential learning tools designed to maximize interactions and productive relationships among program participants.

DLI is expertly facilitated by Juan Johnson, an independent consultant and former Coca-Cola vice president. “DLI is unique among South Carolina’s leadership programs. In addition to the opportunity to develop new relationships and take part in positive action in their communities, participants gain deep knowledge of how to effectively manage and lead increasingly diverse workers, clients and constituents,” said Johnson. As part of the program, leaders also work in cross-sector groups to respond to real issues and opportunities in their communities through capstone service projects.
 

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