Shari Schultz Joins Summerville/Dorchester Chamber as Director, Investor Engagement and Professiona
Summerville, SC – Shari Schultz brings over thirty years of career experience to the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce where she now serves as Director, Investor Engagement and Professional Development. Schultz is working to enhance our members’ experiences through professional development and business training. She plans to focus on the specific needs of our members’ businesses, both large and small.
Since 2007 Schultz has taught business, conceptual thinking, project management, and graphic design topics at The Art Institute of Charleston. From 2008 through 2016, as Academic Department Director-Design, she led Bachelor and Associate Degree programs in Interior, Graphic, and Web/Interactive Media Design.
In 2000, she launched Splash Marketing, a marketing and creative firm focused on building local, regional and national client brands. In 2003, Schultz was named the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year. For more than ten years, she appeared as a guest lecturer in Charleston. A published author, her bylines in newspapers and publications include a small business marketing series written for the Charleston Regional Business Journal.
Among her credits are numerous regional and national design and communication awards. Schultz led a creative team, which, in 2010, earned both American Advertising Federation Gold Addy and Printing Industry of the Carolinas Best of Show awards.
Schultz has served on the boards of the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce, the Center for Women, South Carolina Small Business Development Center (SBDC), and the Zonta Club of Charleston.
About the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce
Since its establishment in 1911, the Greater Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber of Commerce has been an integral part of the growth of Summerville and the surrounding areas. Our mission is to protect and promote the quality of life in the community, with specific emphasis on improving economic vitality and providing a favorable business climate. For more information, please visit www.greatersummerville.org or call (843) 873-2931.