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Seman joins Furman development office

Liz Seman

GREENVILLE, S.C—Liz Seman, executive director of Meals On Wheels of Greenville for the past six years, has joined Furman University as executive director of Corporate Engagement.

Seman, who began work at Furman in April, reports to the Vice President for Development.

Seman has lived in Greenville since 1999 and began her nonprofit career with the American Red Cross, serving first as director of Volunteer and Community Relations and then as director of Development.  She also served as the executive director for Hands On Greenville before joining Meals On Wheels in 2007.

She is a member of Greenville County Council, serving her second term representing District 24. She is also a member of the board of directors of the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center (SC-TAC) and the Meals on Wheels Association of America.

Seman has served on the board of directors of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Greenville Forward, the Junior League of Greenville, the Leadership Greenville Alumni Association, the Palmetto Bank Community Board, Greenville County Redevelopment Authority Board, Community Works Carolina and the Advisory Board of the American Red Cross

She is a graduate of Leadership Greenville Class XXVII and Diversity Leadership Academy Class IV. She was one of the YWCA Dream Achievers in 2006 and was named one of Greenville’s Top 25 under 35 in 2003. A graduate of Miami University of Ohio, Seman and her husband, Steve, have one son, Walker.

For more information, contact Furman’s News and Media Relations office at 864-294-3107.

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