Board of directors.

Autism Society South Carolina (SCAS)

The Autism Society South Carolina (SCAS) was founded in 1972 and is a statewide 501(c) (3) non-profit charitable organization that provides case management; educational mentoring and planning; information, referral and resources; outreach; and training for persons with Autism and professionals who serve them.

SCAS is governed by a 13-member Board of Directors that covers all regions of the state. SCAS is excited to announce that it will be adding members to its board in 2022. We are looking for community leaders, business leaders and those that have an affiliation with the Autism community. Please note that this is a volunteer position. If you are interested in joining a dynamic organization or would like more information, please contact Shawn Keith (803) 403-1922. You can also send a letter of interest with a short bio to shawn@scautism.org.

The Autism Society South Carolina also strongly advocates with state and federal governments to pass legislation to provide the services necessary for Autistic individuals to live fully. Our mission is to create connections, empowering everyone in the Autism community with the resources needed to live fully.

2022 Board of Directors


Melanie Wiley

Vida Mingo

Karen Tucker

Becky Hughes

LaTanya Goodson

Denise Long

Lora Dyal

Vacant

At-Large

 

 

Vacant

Midlands

 

 

Vacant

Coastal

 

 

Angela Jenkins

Monica Johnson

Courtney Eidson

Joyce Nielsen

Katie Engen


Meetings

Dates for 2022 are as follows:

  • January 28th
  • April 23rd
  • July 30th
  • October 22nd
  • December 10th – Annual Meeting

Meetings are held quarterly, beginning at 10:00 am at, 806 12th Street, West Columbia, SC. If you would like to speak at the meeting, please call SCAS 803-750-6988 or email scas@scautism.org to be put on the agenda.

Support The SCAS

SCAS offers opportunities for persons that would be interested in donating their time to help connect everyone in the Autism community to the resources needed to live fully.  The volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to awareness, fundraising, conferences, mentoring, office, outreach and training.

Please contact our office if you would be interested in becoming a volunteer.  Our office number is (803) 750-6988.  Someone may conduct an intake screening to find out what areas in which you would like to help.