The Lexington One Educational Foundation Welcomes seven new board members 

October 27, 2020

October 27, 2020, LEXINGTON, S.C. — The Lexington One Educational Foundation recently welcomed seven new members to its board of directors: Michael L. Boone, Harriet Poe Coker, Angela C. Douda, Kim Shealy Jeffcoat, LaMyron Jenkins, Dani G. Stroud and Rebecca West. 

  • Michael L. Boone is an engineer with Westinghouse Electric. 
  • Harriet Poe Coker is owner and president of Chisolm Consulting & Design. 
  • Angela C. Douda is a production underwriter with Harford Mutual Insurance. 
  • Kim Shealy Jeffcoat is the chief operating officer with The Jeffcoat Law Firm. 
  • LaMyron Jenkins is the senior regional sales manager/business developer for Southeastern Paper Group. 
  • Dani G. Stroud is the lead science teacher and department chair at Gilbert High School and is the Lexington District One Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year. 
  • Rebecca West is an attorney and managing partner with Harling and West, LLC. 

Each board member will serve a three-year term with the exception of the Lexington District One Teacher of the Year, who serves for one year. Board members help lead the Educational Foundation’s charitable endeavors in serving and supporting Lexington District One. 

“We are excited to welcome each of these individuals to the Educational Foundation’s board,” said Foundation Executive Director Julie Anderson Washburn. “Each new member brings a different perspective to the board, but all share a commitment to and passion for Lexington School District One.” 

About Lexington County School District One Educational Foundation 

Established in 1994 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, the Lexington One Educational Foundation is a source of growth and support for Lexington County School District One. Our mission is to support the district’s educational programs and enrich the quality of life in our community by raising and managing funds. Annually, the Foundation works to build partnerships with individuals and corporations in order to benefit our students, teachers, and schools. We plant seeds in our district that bloom into amazing educational opportunities for our students! To learn more about our mission and how to give, visit: 

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invested in Lexington District One in fiscal year 2022-2023


All K-2 students benefited from the Counting Collections for Mathematics Grant


Awarded in Scholarships and/or Higher Education Grants