10/23/09 - June Bradham Named Influential Women in Business Winner
Charleston, SC (October 23, 2008) – June Bradham, founder, owner and president of Corporate DevelopMint, was honored by The Charleston Regional Business Journal as one of this year’s Most Influential Women in Business. June received the award in the owner/CEO category at a luncheon hosting fifteen of the area’s most influential businesswomen.
“I was so thrilled to even be nominated for this prestigious award,” said June. “But to win it surrounded by the incredible women who helped me reach where I am today was the real honor.”
June started Corporate DevelopMint over 20 years ago and has often found herself the only woman at the table. Rather than feeling intimidated, however, June has used every opportunity to become a true catalyst for change in the non-profits with which she works. These include clients from across the country and those hospitals, schools, and community organizations that make Charleston a better place to live.
In addition to the work her firm does, June’s philanthropic reach extends into her community through her dedicated service. She currently sits on the boards of The Citadel’s business school, The Governor’s School of Math and Sciences, Columbia College, and Porter-Gaud School. She has also recently been selected to the Association of Fundraising Professionals International Board.
During the span of her career, June has remained an inspiration to clients and colleagues alike. Joy Simpson, director of development for The Citadel Foundation sums up June’s dedication this way: “There is no doubt that June’s extraordinary commitment to the betterment of non-profits in our community, our state and beyond has benefited us all.”
About Corporate DevelopMint
Corporate DevelopMint is a consulting firm based in Charleston, SC, which serves the development needs of non-profit organizations. With over 150 years of combined experience, CDM’s senior-level consultants have led campaigns generating hundreds of millions of dollars for non-profit hospitals, colleges and universities and a variety of community organizations.
Meredith Short, Director of Communications