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OneSouthCarolina Agenda 2013

OneSouthCarolina®:  The 2013 DLI Graduate Experience

The Intersection of Poverty, Education, Justice and the Economy in South Carolina

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FRIDAY, March 1

11:00 Optional Preconference Golf

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1:00–5:00 Optional Preconference Session

Critical Issues 2013: Battling Childhood Obesity in South Carolina
Presented in partnership with the South Carolina Medical Association

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2:00–4:30 Check-In/Registration

5:30–7:00 Reception — Southern Cocktails and South Carolina Farm to Table Appetizers

7:00–9:00 Dinner

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Richard (Dick) Riley, former South Carolina Governor and United States Secretary of Education

Video: OneSouthCarolina 2012

DLI in Action: SuperCapstones Update
Jill Fuson, Manager, Policy Events and Conferences, Riley Institute at Furman

DLI in Action: Telling the Story
A conversation with Doug Pardue, Special Projects Reporter, The Post and Courier and
Mark Quinn, Director, Member and Public Relations, Electric Cooperatives
of South Carolina


8:00–9:00 Breakfast

Don Gordon, Ph.D., Executive Director, Riley Institute at Furman

Using our Diversity Lens
Juan Johnson, President, Juan Johnson Consulting and Facilitation; DLI facilitator

South Carolina Diversity Recruitment Consortium
Nika White, Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Greenville Chamber

About South Carolina Traditions II
Ken May, Executive Director, South Carolina Arts Commission

9:15–12:15 Prime Indicators: The Intersection of Poverty, Education, Justice and the Economy in South Carolina

Mark Quinn (facilitator)

Crossroads: Poverty, Education, Justice and the Economic Future of South Carolina
Don Gordon

Legacies, Disparities and Changing How We Invest in Justice
Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director, Equal Justice Initiative

Creative Break: South Carolina Traditions II (Exhibit and Demonstration)
Susan DuPlessis and Sara June Goldstein, (exhibit curators), South Carolina Arts Commission

Education, Justice and Our Children: Keeping Kids Out of the System and Preventing Crime
Introduction by: Bill Byars, Director, South Carolina Department of Corrections
Jerry Adger, Inspector General, South Carolina Department of Corrections

Culture and Cuisine Collision in the Carolina Kitchen
Nathalie Dupree, Chef, Author and Television Host

12:30–1:30 Lunch

The Shared Economic Benefits of Investing in Education, Not Incarceration  
Joey Von Nessen, Ph.D., Research Economist, Division of Research, Darla Moore School of Business

1:45–3:30 Prime Indicators, continued

Making the System Work for a Diverse South Carolina
The Honorable Kaye Hearn, Associate Justice, South Carolina Supreme Court

A conversation with Director Byars and Justice Hearn


3:30–5:30 Break

5:30–9:30 Oceanfront Reception and Dinner — Hands-on Exploration of Southern Foodways

Music from Mac Arnold and Plate Full o’ Blues

SUNDAY, March 3

8:30 Breakfast and Breakout Sessions

Battling Childhood Obesity in South Carolina
Renée Romberger, Vice President, Community Health Policy and Strategy, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System
Mitch Kennedy, Community Services Director, City of Spartanburg

Choose to Read
Susan DeVenny, Executive Director, South Carolina First Steps

Putting a Pause on Teen Pregnancy
Forrest Alton, Chief Executive Officer, South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Deb Campeau, Assistant Vice President, Business Development, Trident Health System

Two South Carolinas
Doug Pardue

10:00 Closing Session: Bringing it all Together

DLI in Action: On the Ground Strategies and Solutions
Jerry Adger, Inspector General, South Carolina Department of Corrections
Russell Booker, Superintendent, Spartanburg School District Seven
Kathleen Brady, Ph.D, Director, Metropolitan Studies Institute, University of South Carolina Upstate
The Honorable Jenny Horne, South Carolina House of Representatives
Terry Richardson, Attorney, Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, LLC

Closing Remarks
Dick Riley