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Pam Davis named Director of Bridges to a Brighter Future

Pam Davis Bridges to a Brighter Future, featuredPam Davis has been named Director of Furman’s Bridges to a Brighter Future, a program administered by the Department of Continuing Education at Furman University.

Bridges to a Brighter Future is a nationally awarded comprehensive college access and success program for Greenville County high school and college students.

Having worked in student affairs at Converse College, Furman University and Clemson University, Davis joins Furman after a five-year career with the City of Greenville Parks and Recreation Department where she was the Recreation Programs Manager and Youth Commission liaison.

She has been involved in LiveWell Greenville, has served on the board of South Carolina Recreation and Parks Association, participated in Women Leaders of the Upstate at Furman, and was involved in Greenville campaigns for the March of Dimes and United Way.

A Greenville resident since 2001, Davis grew up in Florence, S.C. and attended Clemson University, where she received a bachelor’s in speech and communication and a master’s in counseling and guidance services.

For more information, contact the News and Media Relations Office at (864) 294-3107.

About Bridges to a Brighter Future

Bridges to a Brighter Future is a nationally awarded comprehensive college access and success program for Greenville County high school and college students whose potential outdistances their circumstances. Bridges is designed to not only expose students to college, but to address and eliminate the personal, social and cultural barriers that often prevent low-income and first-generation students from achieving college graduation. Bridges to a Brighter Future changes lives and is one of the distinctive community outreach programs at Furman University and in South Carolina.

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