Jordan named vice chairman of board
At its June meeting, the board of Donate Life SC elected Marc Jordan of North Myrtle Beach as vice chairman of the board.
Jordan, who will celebrate 18 years as a heart transplant recipient in August, was appointed to the board by Gov. Henry McMaster in 2017. He represents the Pee Dee Region of the state.
John Brogan, who previously served as vice chairman and is a kidney transplant recipient, was elected board chairman. John represents the Low Country Region.
The mission of Donate Life SC is to increase the supply of organs and tissues for transplantation and provide assistance for South Carolina transplant recipients. Donate Live South Carolina established and maintains the SC Organ and Tissue Donor Registry. It’s vision: An organ or tissue will be available for every South Carolinian in need of a transplant. There are seven citizens of SC currently serving on the board representing all regions of the state.
The number of organ and tissue donors currently exceeds two million since the registry was established by the SC Legislature in 2009.
Donate Life SC is headquartered in Greenville. Tracy Moore serves as the CEO and executive director.
Jordan recently retired from the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce and CVB after 10 years as president and CEO, marking the end of a 40 plus year career leading chambers of commerce in Memphis, Tenn., Raleigh, N.C., Norfolk, Va., and Rocky Mount, N.C.
In 2007 he was named a life member of the Association of Chamber Executives, the highest honor bestowed by the national association for chamber executives.
Since his retirement in April, Jordan has begun his own consulting business, advising local chambers of commerce, as well as serving as a personal coach to chamber executives.
For more information or to learn how to register as a donor go to www.DonateLifeSC.org.