Columbia's Five Points Association hires new executive director.

PositionSouth Carolina, Heather McDonald

The Five Points Association, a nonprofit organization that oversees efforts to promote and develop the Five Points district in Columbia, has hired Heather McDonald to serve as its new executive director.

As executive director, she will serve as the key advocate for the Five Points district as well as the manager of the association's daily operations, its board of directors, annual events and more, according to a news release.

"I have always loved Five Points and the energy it carries," McDonald said. "From working in the district while I was in college at the University of South Carolina, it really feels like I'm coming home. I believe there is something special brewing in Five Points and I cannot wait to build relationships in this community and work towards the future of this important district."

McDonald has more than 20 years of experience in business development, marketing and nonprofit management. She has served as a board member for the Contemporaries with the Columbia Museum of Art, president of the board of directors of The Therapy Place and the Time to Give chairperson for Columbia Opportunity Council.

"The leadership and experience McDonald brings to the executive director role will...

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