South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors
Representing Over 225,000 Constituents Across the State of South Carolina
He is a graduate of Temple Technical Institute of Broadcasting in Washington, D.C. and the Radio Engineering Institute of Broadcasting in Sarasota, Florida. He is a retired Photojournalist and Central Broadcast Operator from WSPA NEWS Channel 7 in Spartanburg, SC with 33 years of service. Mayor Thompson is a graduate of Leadership Union Class of 2000. He is also a graduate of the South Carolina Municipal Institute of Government and the South Carolina Economic Development School.
Providing Technical Assistance and Training
The South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors provides technical assistance and training leaders to address unique and challenging problems common to cities and towns under black management.
Management and Operations
Focuses on planning, organizing and supervision.
Focuses on promoting business activity to enhance the quality of life of constituents.
Focuses on using technology to deliver services in a more efficient ways.
In 1973, six Black Mayors founded the South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors.
The South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors provides assistance and training in the form of management and operations, economic development, and municipal services.
Yes. The South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors awards annually (2) $1,000 scholarships to students living in a South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors member’s city or town.
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