Central Carolina Technical College Foundation board of trustees welcomes Rachel Gainey
SUMTER, SC (02/07/2023) The Central Carolina Technical College Foundation, Inc. recently named Rachel Gainey of Clarendon County as a new member to its governing board.
Gainey is a graduate of Francis Marion University and the Medical University of South Carolina. She is the CEO of McLeod Health Clarendon and is responsible for the daily operations of the 81-inpatient bed facility. During her 18-year tenure with McLeod Health, Gainey has worked extensively in strategic and clinical operations, strategic planning, as well as growth and development in the markets that McLeod Health serves.
Gainey is an active member of the community and serves on numerous boards and committees. She is the current Past President of the Manning Rotary Club, serves on the executive board for the Clarendon County Economic Development Board, the University of South Carolina-Sumter Partnership Board and is a past member of the Francis Marion University Alumni Association Board of Directors.
She is a current member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Sumter/Clarendon/Lee American Heart Association Executive Leadership Team, the Wesmark Ambulatory Surgery Center Board of Managers in Sumter and is on the South Carolina Hospital Association’s (SCHA) Foundation Board as well as the SCHA’s Enterprise Investment Committee.
The Central Carolina Technical College Foundation board of trustees is comprised of community leaders from the college’s service area of Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties. The mission of the foundation is to establish, grow and manage resources that serve as a catalyst to create educational opportunities and enhance academic excellence within the college’s service area.
Established in 1977, the foundation provides support to the college to enhance its efforts to prepare students to enter the job market and achieve their professional goals. Over the 43 year history, the foundation has awarded more than $2.5 million in scholarships to more than 3,500 students.
Gainey and her husband, Will, have two children. They reside in Alcolu, SC and are active members of Manning United Methodist Church.