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Megan Ramsey Recognized

Megan Ramsey Recognized in “Forty Under 40” 2020 Class of Honorees and Accepted into Leadership Charleston Class of 2021

Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) is pleased to announce that Megan Ramsey, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), has been recognized in two distinguished leadership groups: Charleston Regional Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” 2020 class of honorees and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston Class of 2021.

The Charleston Regional Business Journal presents the “Forty Under 40” award to professionals under the age of 40 who have excelled and are making their mark in the Charleston regional community. The 2020 class of honorees will be recognized during a virtual event on Wednesday, August 26 from 12:00 – 1:30 PM. To register to attend the virtual “Forty Under 40” event, visit Charleston Forty Under 40 for more information. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Lowcountry Food Bank.

The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston introduces leaders to the realities, opportunities, and challenges of the region’s civic and business communities by offering an intensive and up-close look at the most challenging issues and opportunities facing the Charleston region. Participants experience the power of working with other community leaders and organizations for positive growth and advancement of the region. Upon graduating in August 2021, Megan Ramsey will become a Leadership Charleston Alumnae, part of a distinguished group of leaders that includes Chamber Board of Directors, elected officials, and prominent local leaders.

“Megan is a natural leader and we are thrilled to have her skills recognized and honored by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Charleston Regional Business Journal,” said Lowcountry Land Trust President & CEO, Ashley Demosthenes. “During these uncertain times, Megan has shown tremendous resolve and forward thinking as we have worked together with the LLT Board and Senior Leadership Team to chart a path forward for the organization. I look forward to seeing Megan’s growth as a leader in the community and am grateful for her support of our important work.”

Mrs. Ramsey joined Lowcountry Land Trust in January 2018 as Director of Finance and was quickly promoted to Chief Financial Officer in January 2019. Mrs. Ramsey oversees all accounting, finance, and human resource related operations at the organization. Mrs. Ramsey received her M.B.A. from Grand Canyon University and received her B.A. from University of Arizona.

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