Board Chair Richard Riley Interviewed for Washington Post Blog, "On Leadership"
Richard W. Riley, a 1954 Furman University graduate, served as the U.S. Secretary of Education under President Bill Clinton and is a former two-term governor of South Carolina. He was also named one of the top 10 Cabinet members of the 20th century by Time magazine.
Because Riley has had plenty of experience being an outstanding leader, he was recently interviewed for The Washington Post blog, “On Leadership.”
Riley is currently a distinguished professor at Furman, and serves as advisory board chair of the university’s Riley Institute of Government, Politics and Public Leadership. He is also chair of the Furman Board of Trustees.
Read the Interview