Kiawah Conservancy Welcomes New Land Preservation Coordinator

Lee and his wife, Adrienne.

We are excited to announce and welcome our new Land Preservation Coordinator, Lee Bundrick! Originally from Chapin, South Carolina, Lee moved to Charleston in 2016 after graduating from Clemson University with a BS degree in horticulture in 2015. He is currently studying at the College of Charleston to receive concurrent master's degrees in environmental studies and public administration. Lee began his career working as a research assistant at the SC Sea Grant Consortium on projects related to the deliberative discussion on coastal issues and coastal resilience to natural hazards.

Lee and his wife Adrienne, also a Clemson graduate, were married last July, and live on James Island. Adrienne is currently working on her PharmD/MBA at MUSC. Lee started with us this week and we couldn't be more excited. It's great to have you with us, Lee!

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