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Pre register to be eligible for drawings! // Networking 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ------------------ Education advocate and South Carolina philanthropist, Zucker currently serves as Chair and CEO of The InterTech Group, Inc. Zucker has served on or led boards throughout South Carolina and beyond. Philanthropic, education and community work include University of Florida, College of Charleston, Addlestone Hebrew Academy, Porter Gaud, Ashley Hall, MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, MUSC Neurosciences, Clemson University, University of South Carolina, The Citadel, Charleston Metro Chamber, Trident Technical College, Tri-County Cradle-to-Career, Promise Neighborhood, CRDA, Coastal Community Foundation, Spoleto and Gaillard Management Corporation. Currently, Zucker serves as a Trustee at the University of Florida and University of Florida Foundations’ Executive Board as current chair of the capital campaign. Zucker earned a B.A. in education from the University of Florida, a Master’s of Education from the University of North Florida and holds Honorary Doctorates from MUSC, Clemson University, The Citadel, College of Charleston, the University of South Carolina, Johnson and Wales University and Yeshiva University.
A philanthropist, she serves on the board of the Coastal Community Foundation and Trident United Way, and isa trustee of the Saul Alexander Foundation and the Jewish Endowment Fund. She has served on the boards of the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, the MUSC Foundation, and Porter-Gaud School. A member of the Republican Party, she endorsed Mitt Romney in January 2012.
As of September 2013, she is the 554th richest person in the world, and the 194th richest in the United States, with an estimated wealth of US $2.6 billion. She is the only Billionaire living in South Carolina. She has three children: Jonathan Zucker, Andrea Muzin and Jeffrey Zucker. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina.
In November 2014, she donated $4 million to The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina for education programs. In return, The Citadel named its School of Education for the Zucker family, the first of The Citadel's five schools to be named for a major donor.