14 Graduate from BLOA Training Institute

Fourteen officials representing cities, towns, counties and the Municipal Association of SC graduated from the SC Business Licensing Officials Association Training Institute during BLOA’s spring meeting. 

The Institute improves the professional and administrative skills of business licensing officials. Its three sessions include topics on general licensing, problem areas and personal development. The spring session topics included business license enforcement, the SC Business License Tax Standardization Act and business license problem areas. The graduates can earn the Accreditation in Business Licensing designation after passing a comprehensive written exam.

Congratulate the newest BLOA Training Institute graduates:
  • Johnny Alimohamed, business licensing officer, City of Spartanburg
  • Regina Ashba, administrative assistant, Town of Blackville
  • Kristy Carge, treasury supervisor, Town of Bluffton
  • Zachary Cavanaugh, interim division manager, Richland County
  • Kimberly Coccia Shedd, revenue collector, Town of Hilton Head Island
  • Krista DuBois, accountant, Town of Kiawah Island
  • Jenna Farr, financial services specialist, City of Newberry
  • Sherry Fortson, accountant, Town of Kiawah Island
  • Jeremiah Jackson, business license inspector, City of Clemson
  • Anita Lancaster, collections analyst, Municipal Association of SC
  • Shemequa Pringle-Jackson, revenue collections manager, Charleston County
  • Abby Rain, revenue services specialist, Town of Hilton Head Island
  • Ashley Robinson, business license coordinator, Marion County
  • Bradley Todd, business license inspector, City of Conway