Nelson Mullins’ Richard W. Riley inducted into
Greenville Schools Hall of Fame
Former Governor and U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley has been inducted into the Greenville County Schools’ first Hall of Fame class. The Hall of Fame honors those who have graduated Greenville County Schools and have made substantial or significant contributions at the local, regional, national, or international levels in endeavors such as, but not limited to: academia and education, arts, business, media, public service, philanthropy, medicine, military, science, or athletics, according to the schools. Click here to read the full story at WSPA News.