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 Wofford welcomes Annual Fund Chair

Megan WalshMegan Palmateer Walsh graduated in 1997 with a B.A. in Spanish. While at Wofford she studied abroad in Argentina, met her husband, Stan Walsh ’96, and took advantage of her liberal arts education by taking classes in most of the departments on campus. She was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida before attending Wofford. Megan received a Masters of Speech Pathology from USC in 1999. After living in Huntsville, Alabama and Easley, SC, she and her husband have settled in Clinton, SC with their three children. Her initial foray into soliciting funds began in 2004 when she lobbied Congress to increase funding for childhood cancer research. Currently she serves on the boards for Fellowship Camp and Conference Center in Greenwood, SC and the Laurens County Cancer Association. When asked why she had always given to the Annual Fund she said, “Without the generous donations of others before me I would not have been able to attend Wofford. I feel that it is a gift to me to be able to help current students and continue the advancement of the institution I value so dearly.”