R. Craig Williamson
In 1998, Mr. Williamson established University-Laboratory Associates (ULA) where he developed and managed nuclear science and engineering education and research programs for the U.S. Department of Energy. In 2001, ULA merged with the South Carolina Universities Research and Education Foundation (SCUREF) to form a not-for-profit university consortium representing the research institutions in South Carolina. That same year, Mr. Williamson was appointed as the Chief Operating Officer for SCUREF.
Mr. Hagen has been with SCUREF since September 2010. He began with an internship and transitioned to full-time employment immediately following graduation. Since his employment with SCUREF, he has worked with the Departments of Defense, Energy, and Homeland Security on multiple programs administered by SCUREF.
Laureen Riley Feinman
Ms. Feinman has worked as SCUREF’s Financial Director for the past year. Her goal is to ensure compliance while helping to develop and support SCUREF’s mission as it evolves with changes in scientific, government, university member and student needs.
Dr. William A. Pirkle
Dr. Pirkle has been the Principal Investigator on over $2M in contracts for the Department of Energy’s programs at the Savannah River Site. He was instrumental in establishing the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center at USC Aiken, serving as Project Director for a $500K National Science Foundation grant to establish the Center. The Center now serves more than 80,000 patrons per year.
Program Manager, Charleston office
Ms. Huchet began working with SCUREF in 2001 as a part-time Program Analyst. Currently, she manages multiple educational grants for the Departments of Energy, Homeland Security, and Defense.
Program Coordinator, Charleston office
Ms. Carder has coordinated grants for the Departments of Energy, Homeland Security, and Defense since 1997. She specializes in meeting and event planning.