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Envision SC - Hayne Hipp, former CEO Liberty Corp.

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The former CEO of the Liberty Corporation, Hayne Hipp, has many views on how South Carolinians can overcome the divides that separate the state geographically.

A brief biography of Hayne Hipp:

Hometown: Greenville, South Carolina

Education: B.A. Washington and Lee University; M.B.A. Wharton Graduate School of Business, University of Pennsylvania

Occupation:Former CEO, Liberty Corporation (1979-2005), Founder, Liberty Fellowship

Other Notables:Trustee of the Aspen Institute and former trustee of the Palmetto Business Forum, Greenville County School District, the National Urban League, Washington and Lee University, and the South Carolina Research Authority, Former Chair of South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Former Chair of Peace Center For Performing Arts

Website: www.libertyfellowshipsc.org

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