The Lexington One Educational Foundation welcomes four new board members

August 31, 2021


The Lexington One Educational Foundation recently welcomed four new members to its board of directors:

  • Randall Cooper, CPA CFE, is a partner at The Brittingham Group.
  • Brandon Mogan is president and principal advisor with TORA Consulting.
  • Dr. Scarlet Raymond Taylor is a family physician with PRISMA Health Family Medicine – Lexington.
  • Mary Jane Britt is a 4-year-old kindergarten teacher at Rocky Creek Elementary and is the Lexington District One Teacher of the Year for the 2021-2022 school year.

Each board member will serve a three-year term with the exception of the Lexington District One Teacher of the Year, who serves for one year. Board members help lead the Educational Foundation’s charitable endeavors in serving and supporting Lexington District One.

“We gladly welcome these four individuals to the Lexington One Educational Foundation’s board,” said foundation Executive Director Julie Anderson Washburn. “Each new member is eager to support Lexington District One through the Educational Foundation board. We welcome their time and energy in furthering our mission of serving our district’s students, teachers, staff and schools in numerous ways.”


About Lexington County School District One Educational Foundation

Established in 1994 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, the Lexington One Educational Foundation is a source of growth and support for Lexington County School District One. Our mission is to support the district’s educational programs and enrich the quality of life in our community by raising and managing funds. Annually, the Foundation works to build partnerships with individuals and corporations in order to benefit our students, teachers, and schools. We plant seeds in our district that bloom into amazing educational opportunities for our students! To learn more about our mission and how to give, visit: