Two new officers and three new members were recently selected by the Clemson University Foundation Board of Directors.
Charles Sullivan, of Hartsville, will be the board's chairman for a second year, and Mitchell Norville, of Greenville, will serve a second year as vice chair.
Sullivan, a former Clemson student, is retired executive vice president of Sonoco Products. He serves on the Coker College board and formerly was its chairman. He joined the Clemson University Foundation board in 2006.
Norville owns Atlantic South Development Inc. He graduated from Clemson in 1980 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and earned an MBA from the University of Virginia in 1984. Norville was the former executive vice president and chief operating officer of Boston Properties.
He has served on the Clemson University Foundation Board since 2009 -- most recently as chair of the Investment Committee-- in addition to sitting on the Executive, Audit, Development and Human Resource committees.
The three new members joining the board are:
- Cheryl Holland, of Columbia, the founder president of Abacus Planning Group Inc.
- Jonathan Weitz of Charleston, the chief executive officer of Avocet Hospitality Group.
- Amy Yoder of Orlando, Florida, the chief executive officer of Anuvia Plant Nutrients.
Clemson University was recently ranked No. 25 among national public universities by U.S. News & World Report.