Inside Business LIVE

Inside Business LIVE

Inside Business LIVE is a quarterly business networking and discussion series. We explore topics directly impacting Charleston, SC. The Post and Courier editorial team invites thought leaders to join the panel to discuss contributing factors and how business owners and leaders can play a role in the big picture solutions.

Up Next:

Rising Sea Waters and its Impact on Business in Charleston

 

Date:  Postponed - TBD
Location: Cooper River Room

Event Schedule:

7:30 a.m. - Light Breakfast & Networking

8:00 a.m. - Programming Begins

9:00 a.m. - Networking

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Panelists:

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Josh Dix – Director of Government Affairs, Charleston Realtors Association

A previous agent with Carolina One Real Estate. Dix has been recognized as a leader in the Charleston area, having been named to the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston Class of 2019.

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Dr. Norman Levine – Associate Professor of Geology & Environmental Geosciences, College of Charleston

Dr. Levine is an Applied Geologist specializing in the integration of GIS and Remote Sensing Technology in Geology, Environmental and Hazards Issues. He has been recognized for his work in natural hazards ranging and Climate Change.

Erin Stevens – President and Landscape Architect, Surculus

Erin Stevens – President and Landscape Architect, Surculus

In 2016, Erin founded Surculus, a Charleston-based landscape architecture and urban design firm focused on increasing resilience and effectively integrating ecologically sensitive systems into urbanized and other human-affected contexts. In addition to her practice, she currently teaches a design studio within Clemson University’s Master of Resilient Urban Design Program.

Christine von Kolnitz

Christine von Kolnitz – Sustainability Manager, MUSC

Upon graduating with a BA degree from the College of Charleston in 1992, Christine worked as the Recycling Coordinator for the College.  While there, she was instrumental in establishing the SC DHEC Collegiate Recycling Grant Program.  Christine became the first Recycling Coordinator for MUSC in 1995, and the first Sustainability Manager in 2005.