New Leadership at United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina featuring photos of Rachel Sharp, Greta Robinson, and Kicea Brown

Announcing new leadership at United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina

We are excited to announce new leadership at United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina.

Rachel Sharp has been promoted to the role of Executive Director. Rachel had served as UCPSC’s Director of Community Living since 2014. As Executive Director, she brings extensive management experience and organizational vision. Rachel has devoted over 25 years to offering quality programs where people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can live fulfilling lives. We are delighted to have Rachel at the helm guiding our mission-based work.

Greta Robinson has joined UCPSC as the new Director of Community Living. She is a licensed master social worker with a concentration in adults healthy aging. Greta brings over 15 years of experience working directly with the intellectual and developmental disability community. Most recently, she worked as a case manager with Doctors Hospital. Greta is a welcome addition to our team and we look forward to where her leadership will take Community Living.

Kicea Brown is now the Director of Day Supports. She has been with UCPSC since 2014 and has served as a Direct Support Professional and Coordinator of Community Living. We are excited to have Kicea in this role and look forward to her energy, enthusiasm and experience leading this position.

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