Dawn Puderbaugh Hodges Named GGC Administrator

04.23.18
Dawn Puderbaugh Hodges Named GGC Administrator

The Greenwood Genetic Center (GGC) welcomes Greenwood attorney and community leader, Dawn Puderbaugh Hodges, as Administrator of the Center. Hodges will oversee the day-to-day financial operations, human resources and facilities, as well as compliance matters of the Center. She assumes the role from Boo Ramage who has moved into the position of Special Assistant to the Director.

Hodges earned a law degree and Master of Social Work from the University of Kansas. She came to GGC from the SC Department of Social Services and previously was an Assistant Solicitor for the Eighth Judicial Circuit. Hodges has also served as Executive Director at Bowers-Rodgers Children’s Home. She is past president of the Greenwood Kiwanis Club, past governor of the Carolinas District of Kiwanis, and has served on numerous boards, including the local United Way Board of Trustees.

“We are excited to welcome Dawn to the Greenwood Genetic Center,” shared GGC Director, Dr. Steve Skinner. “Her legal background, as well as her passion for serving children and families in our community, will be invaluable to help guide GGC’s future development.”

Ramage agrees, “Dawn is a perfect fit for GGC. Her values align so well with our mission to serve and support families.”

“The Greenwood Genetic Center is an incredible asset to the Greenwood community, and I have always had great respect for their work on behalf of families and children,” shared Hodges. “I’m honored to become a part of the GGC team.”

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