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Internal Audit

Audit Committee

William B. Hewitt, M.S.E.E. (Chair)
Mr. Hewitt, of Charleston, began his term on the Board of Trustees on June 30, 2003, as the Governor’s at-large appointee. He is Chair of the Board of Polymer Group, Inc. He was the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Union Corporation prior to its sale to Outsourcing Solutions, Inc. Prior to joining Union Corporation, Mr. Hewitt was a founding partner and Executive Vice President of First Manhattan Consulting Group. He received a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut and baccalaureate engineering degrees from the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He has served on two NYSE listed company boards, two private equity company boards (one listed) and two venture capital boards. Mr. Hewitt is active in the non-profit area, serving as Chair of the Charleston Promise Neighborhood, a not-for-profit whose goal is to revitalize a depressed portion of Charleston County and having served as Chair of the Board of the Spoleto Festival USA, Chair of Water Missions International, Chair of The Citadel School of Business Administration Advisory Board, and was President of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association. He is active in the St. Michaels Anglican Church, having served as Senior Warden, Junior Warden, Treasurer and Vestryman.

Edward Conyers O’Bryan, Jr., M.D.
This native of Florence has served on the Board of Trustees since 1976 as the medical professions representative from Congressional District 6. He served as Chair of the Board from 1994 to 1998 and was re-elected as Chair in 2000. After graduating from the University of South Carolina with a B.A. degree, Dr. O’Bryan received an M.D. from MUSC. He served as a Medical Officer in the United States Marines before returning to MUSC for his residency. Dr. O’Bryan is now in private practice in cardiology in Florence, and he holds a full clinical professorship at MUSC. His civic activities include serving on the Board of Directors of the Kiwanis Club, the Big Brother Association, and the Family YMCA. In 1995, Dr. O’Bryan was awarded the Order of the Palmetto. He has been recognized as a Distinguished Alumnus of MUSC, South Carolina Physician of the Year and has served on the Board of Directors of the American Heart Association. He and his wife Jennie have one child.

Thomas C. Rowland, Jr., M.D.
A former Vice-Chair and Chair of the MUSC Board of Trustees, Dr. Rowland has been a member of the Board since 1982, representing the medical profession from Congressional District 2. After graduating from the University of South Carolina, Dr. Rowland received an M.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Rowland spent 9 years in the US Navy, 3 years of which was completion of residency training in OB-GYN. He entered private practice of OB-GYN in Columbia, SC in 1968. He has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto twice, and he was named Distinguished Alumnus of MUSC in 1994. A former President of the South Carolina Medical Association, he currently holds professorships at the USC School of Medicine and MUSC. He has also served as President of Southern Medical Association, Southern Gyn Society, and South Atlantic Association of Ob-Gyn. For 3 years, he served as Treasurer of the American College of Ob-Gyn. Dr. Rowland has also visited China, India, Nigeria, and Afghanistan as a Field Training Consultant with Johns Hopkins University. He and his wife Isabelle have two children and six grandchildren.

Charles W. Schulze, C.P.A.
A native of Greenwood, Mr. Schulze began his first term as a trustee in 2002 as the lay representative from the Third Congressional District. He graduated from Georgia Military Academy, received a BBA degree in accounting from the University of Georgia and a Masters Degree in Accounting from the University of South Carolina. Mr. Schulze is a Veteran of the Vietnam War and spent fours year in the US Air Force between 1968 and 1972. Among his decorations are the Outstanding Unit Award with “V” Device for Combat Valor and Palm device, the Vietnam Service Medal with four campaign stars, the Korean Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal.

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