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Red Cross welcomes Timothy Grow of Mount Pleasant to board

  • Saturday, May 24, 2014

Timothy Grow PROVIDED

The Carolina Lowcountry Chapter of the American Red Cross welcomes to its board of directors Timothy Grow, a Mount Pleasant resident and managing shareholder of Elliott Davis' Charleston office.

“We are fortunate to have Timothy serving on our board,” said Chapter Board Chair Mason Holland. “His experience coupled with his passion for our mission will enable Red Cross to continue to provide our vital services to our communities.”

Timothy Grow, a certified public accountant, provides comprehensive assurance and management consulting services at Elliotte Davis to a diverse client base in the construction, manufacturing, not-for-profit, assisted living, school district, charter schools and governmental industry sectors. With more than 16 years of experience, he has worked on projects related to the Department of Housing and Urban Development including audits of the multi-housing industry, cost certifications for both mortgagors and contractors and various consulting projects.

His professional affiliates include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants, Construction Financial Management Association and Association of General Contractors.

His civic and community involvements include Alumnus, Leadership Columbia, Columbia Chamber of Commerce, South Carolina Charter School Association, Carolina's District of Kiwanis, Beta Alpha Psi, Surfside Area Rotary Club and Member, Public Charter School Alliance of South Carolina. He holds a B.S. and Masters degree from the University of South Carolina.

The Carolina Lowcountry Chapter is part of the Palmetto South Carolina region of the American Red Cross which is made up of seven Red Cross chapters spanning 35 counties of South Carolina.

Because of trained disaster volunteers and financial assistance from the community, the Red Cross has been able to help more than 1,400 people affected by disasters in the Palmetto South Carolina region since January 1.

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