A new member has joined the team of the ETV Endowment, a Spartanburg, South Carolina not-for-profit agency that supports the educational and public programming offered by the state's ETV and ETV radio media outlets.
Rachel Chesser has come on as the agency's development associate. She brings to ETV years of experience in the public relations and marketing fields, having worked for the Charleston Museum and the Charleston Men's Chorus.
"We are excited to have Rachel on board and know that her extensive experience will be a significant benefit to our members,” ETV's executive director Coby Hennecy said.
In her new role, Chesser will be tasked with maintaining existing relationships and developing new ones with ETV's donors and supporters.
Chesser earned her bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Emory and Henry College; she went on to earn a master's degree in United States history from George Mason University.