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A new position for Yendelela Neely Holston

Yendelela Neely Holston currently serves on the Furman Board of Trustees.

Yendelela Neely Holston, a 2003 Furman graduate and a member of the university’s Board of Trustees, has joined the law firm of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton as chief diversity & inclusion officer and as partner on the firm’s nationally recognized Labor & Employment team. Holston double-majored in history and political science at Furman, and graduated from Duke University School of Law in 2006. You can read more in Metro Atlanta CEO.

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