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Davis among ’50 Most Influential’

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Furman University President Elizabeth Davis

Each year, Greenville Business Magazine publishes its list of the “50 Most Influential.” For the sixth consecutive year, Furman University President Elizabeth Davis appears on the list. Also counted among Greenville’s most influential for 2019 are several Furman alumni and community members with ties to the Riley Institute. Davis has been included in the “50 Most Influential” since she came on board as Furman’s 12th president in July 2014.

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