William A. Finn

Vice Chairman at South Carolina Public Service Authority

William A. Finn

William A. Finn

Vice Chairman at South Carolina Public Service Authority

Overview
Career Highlights

Asten, Inc.

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640

Number of Boards

15

Birthday

1946

Age

75

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Senator from the 44th District at South Carolina State Senate

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Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at The InterTech Group, Inc.

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Employee at Santee Cooper Credit Union

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Employee at Santee Cooper Credit Union

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Chair at Trident United Way

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Marketing & Communications Chair at Trident United Way

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Finance Chair at Trident United Way

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Chair, Public Policy at Trident United Way

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Elder at First Presbyterian Church of Moncks Corner

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Treasurer & Director at Trident United Way

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William A. Finn
Vice Chairman at South Carolina Public Service Authority
Education
Bachelor's Degree in Textile Engineering

Philadelphia University was founded in 1884 as the Philadelphia Textile School in the wake of the 1876 Centennial Exposition. A group of textile manufacturers, led by Theodore Search, noticed a sizeable gap between the quality and variety of American textile products and those displayed by European mills. To address this, the group established the School to educate America’s textile workers and managers. Several years later, the School affiliated with the Pennsylvania Museum (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art) and School of Industrial Art. By 1949, PTI, which was no longer affiliated with the museum, began conducting classes at its present site in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Throughout the 1950s, it continued to grow, and, in 1961, changed its name to Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science. The Board of Trustees voted to change the School’s name to Philadelphia University on July 13, 1999.

Master's Degree in Textile Engineering

THE INSTITUTE OF TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY SHALL ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN AN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION AT THE GRADUATE LEVEL FOR INSTRUCTION OF STUDENTS AND FOR RESEARCH IN LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC BRANCHES OF LEARNING. THE INSTITUTE SHALL SPECIALIZE IN SCIENTIFIC INSTRUCTION, RESEARCH, AND INFORMATION SERVICE IN THOSE DISCIPLINES THAT APPLY TO THE MATERIALS, PROCESSES, AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF TEXTILES, THEIR DISTRIBUTION, AND USE.

Memberships
Member

THE SOUTH CAROLINA COUNCIL ON COMPETITIVENESS IS A NONPARTISAN, BUSINESS-LED NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO ADVANCING THE LONG TERM COMPETITIVENESS OF SOUTH CAROLINA THROUGH ACTIONABLE RESEARCH, SUPPORT OF INDUSTRY CLUSTERS AND EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES.

Career History
Vice Chairman
Current

South Carolina Public Service Authority generates and distributes electricity. It serves residential and commercial customers in Berkeley, Georgetown and Horry counties. The company generates and distributes power by the state's electric cooperatives. It is headquartered in Moncks Corner, SC.

Professional
Current

AstenJohnson, Inc. manufactures paper machine clothing, specialty fabrics, filaments, and drainage equipment. Its products include pulp mill and paper mill. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Charleston, SC.

Vice Chairman
Tenure Unconfirmed

SANTEE COOPER CREDIT UNION IS A STATE CHARTERED CREDIT UNION PROVIDING TWO PRIMARY NEEDS. THE FIRST IS THAT OF PROVIDING A CONVENIENT DEPOSITORY FOR ITS MEMBERS' FUNDS WHEREBY INDIVIDUALS MAY ENGAGE IN A SYSTEMATIC PLAN OF SAVINGS AND EARN A COMPETITIVE RATE OF RETURN. SECONDLY, THE CREDIT UNION SERVES AS A SOURCE OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO AID ITS MEMBERS WITH THEIR CONSUMER AND FINANCIAL NEEDS BY PROVIDING REASONABLE AND AFFORABLE LOANS TO QUALIFIED MEMBERS.

Boards & Committees
Chairman
2006 - Current

Astenjohnson Holdings Ltd. is an American multi -national private company headquartered in North Charleston, SC. The firm operates as a holding company.

Chairman
2006 - Current
Member, Executive Committee
Current

THE SOUTH CAROLINA COUNCIL ON COMPETITIVENESS IS A NONPARTISAN, BUSINESS-LED NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION COMMITTED TO ADVANCING THE LONG TERM COMPETITIVENESS OF SOUTH CAROLINA THROUGH ACTIONABLE RESEARCH, SUPPORT OF INDUSTRY CLUSTERS AND EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES.

Member, Board of Governors
Current
Chairman
Prior

PRESERVE AND PROMOTE THE ECONOMIC HEALTH OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN SOUTH CAROLINA BY SEEKING POSITIVE ACTION IN STATE GOVERNMENT. COMMUNICATE WITH AND EDUCATE SOUTH CAROLINA STATE AND LOCAL OFFICIALS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON ISSUES OF IMPORTANCE TO MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES. EMPHASIZING MAINTAINING STRONG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN THE STATE: SOUTH CAROLINA'S ECONCOMY WILL ALSO REMAIN STRONG.

Member, Executive Committee
Current

South Carolina Public Service Authority generates and distributes electricity. It serves residential and commercial customers in Berkeley, Georgetown and Horry counties. The company generates and distributes power by the state's electric cooperatives. It is headquartered in Moncks Corner, SC.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$2,500 - $4,999
2006

Philadelphia University was founded in 1884 as the Philadelphia Textile School in the wake of the 1876 Centennial Exposition. A group of textile manufacturers, led by Theodore Search, noticed a sizeable gap between the quality and variety of American textile products and those displayed by European mills. To address this, the group established the School to educate America’s textile workers and managers. Several years later, the School affiliated with the Pennsylvania Museum (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art) and School of Industrial Art. By 1949, PTI, which was no longer affiliated with the museum, began conducting classes at its present site in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Throughout the 1950s, it continued to grow, and, in 1961, changed its name to Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science. The Board of Trustees voted to change the School’s name to Philadelphia University on July 13, 1999.

$1,000 - $2,499
2003

Philadelphia University was founded in 1884 as the Philadelphia Textile School in the wake of the 1876 Centennial Exposition. A group of textile manufacturers, led by Theodore Search, noticed a sizeable gap between the quality and variety of American textile products and those displayed by European mills. To address this, the group established the School to educate America’s textile workers and managers. Several years later, the School affiliated with the Pennsylvania Museum (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art) and School of Industrial Art. By 1949, PTI, which was no longer affiliated with the museum, began conducting classes at its present site in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Throughout the 1950s, it continued to grow, and, in 1961, changed its name to Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science. The Board of Trustees voted to change the School’s name to Philadelphia University on July 13, 1999.

$1,000 - $2,499
2002

Philadelphia University was founded in 1884 as the Philadelphia Textile School in the wake of the 1876 Centennial Exposition. A group of textile manufacturers, led by Theodore Search, noticed a sizeable gap between the quality and variety of American textile products and those displayed by European mills. To address this, the group established the School to educate America’s textile workers and managers. Several years later, the School affiliated with the Pennsylvania Museum (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art) and School of Industrial Art. By 1949, PTI, which was no longer affiliated with the museum, began conducting classes at its present site in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Throughout the 1950s, it continued to grow, and, in 1961, changed its name to Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science. The Board of Trustees voted to change the School’s name to Philadelphia University on July 13, 1999.

Political Donations
$3,500
2012

Former Governor of South Carolina

$1,000
2011

Senator from South Carolina

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