William Means is proud to be the sponsor for this week’s Charlie Magazine’s 50 Most Progressive. We support the growth and development of Charleston and are encouraged by these people’s contributions. Below are the most recent five Charlestonians to be chosen.
Chris Carnevale – Charleston Permaculture Guild. Working to spread his enthusiasm throughout the Lowcountry for energy efficiency and solar panels with the goal of saving money and protecting the planet.
LaDene Conroy – Montessori Specialist. Chosen in 2006 to lead the Montessori movement in Charleston, Conroy is now responsible for the opportunity given to 1,200 Charleston students who are currently learning in a Montessori environment.
Bill Hussey – Woodworker. With his handmade seen on doors all over Charleston, Hussey is an impeccable example of the local artisan community with his handcrafted doors and innovative workshop plans.
Scott Shor – Owner and manager of Edmunds Oast. A progressive idea for downtown Charleston, Shor decided the one thing he wanted with his restaurant was: parking – placing his restaurant in an area surrounded by tech firms has proven that if you put in the time and effort to please your customers they will continue to come back.
See who else was selected as Charlie Magazine’s 50 Most Progressive in our previous blog posts below: