Tiffany Hendricks, attorney at Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, has been named a member of the Midlands Technical College Foundation (MTCF) Leadership Council, a partnership between business leaders and the Midlands Technical College Foundation.
The MTCF Leadership Council is comprised of senior executives and CEOs of local employers and non-profit organizations who value the education and training Midlands Technical College provides. The Leadership Council meets twice a year in conjunction with the MTCF Board of Directors.
“Tiffany’s selection for the MTCF Leadership Council speaks to her passion for education and her commitment to serve the community,” said Sowell Gray Managing Member, Cal Watson. “We are proud of her for this accomplishment and know she will be an asset to the Leadership Council.”
Tiffany is Chairman of the Supreme Court of South Carolina Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization. She is a former Assistant Solicitor for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of South Carolina and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Alexander S. Macaulay.
A native of Denmark, South Carolina, Tiffany is a cum laude graduate of South Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She earned a Juris Doctor from Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and her Masters in Business Administration degree from Colorado Technical University. Her practice at Sowell Gray focuses on appellate law, commercial and business litigation, dispute resolution, probate and estate litigation and professional liability and ethics.
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