Midlands Education & Business Alliance (MEBA) has named three new members to the organization’s Board of Directors.
MEBA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that connects students of all ages, parents, and educators to career opportunities through business partnerships, training and resources.
The new board members are:
- Stephanie Pfeiffer, Director, Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, at BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina
- Harry Tidaback, Vice President of Sterile Formulations at Nephron Pharmaceuticals
- Jill Anelli, Vice President of Human Resources at Providence Health
“We’re delighted to add these three talented executives to our boards. Their insight will deepen MEBA’s ability to help students identify and prepare for potential careers while further leveraging relationships with businesses and other organizations of all kinds in the central Midlands,” said Lisa Call, MEBA’s Regional Career Specialist and Senior Director of Education and Business Engagement.
Founded in 1990, MEBA connects more than 250 business partners with more than 185 schools and 110,000 students at seven colleges and universities and nine school districts in Fairfield, Lexington and Richland counties.
The board’s current co-chairs are Kyle Caldwell, Assistant Director of Recruiting at the S.C. Department of Corrections, and Ryan Coleman, Director of the Office of Economic Development for the City of Columbia.