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Envision SC - Anita Zucker CEO Intertech Group, Inc.

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Anita Zucker is an education advocate for South Carolina.

A brief biography for Anita Zucker:

Hometown: Jacksonville, Florida

Education: B.A., Education, University of Florida; M.A. Educational Administration and Supervision, University of North Florida

Occupation: CEO, InterTech Group, Inc., Philanthropist, Education Advocate

Other Notables: Charleston Ice Palace (partner), Charleston Stingrays (partner), Sunfire Grill, Tristan Restaurant Market Street

Website: http://www.theintertechgroup.com

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