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CMC Foundation Staff

Ted Milford

Vice President  

Ted is originally from Hollywood, FL and joined CMC in March of 2018 to work in business development. He transitioned into the CMC Foundation in May of that same year.  He attended both Clemson and Saint Thomas University and holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in business management.  Ted has successfully held several Sr. Management positions in fundraising, communications, and development including Sr. Director for Advancement and Sr. Director for Major Gifts for the largest private school in Miami Dade County. Ted has also provided consulting expertise to numerous not-for-profit organizations and Universities along with providing volunteer leadership to nonprofit boards and committees. He currently resides in Myrtle Beach and enjoys boating, weightlifting, and all outdoor activities. In addition to his role for the CMC Foundation, Ted also serves as the Chief Development Officer for Conway Medical Center.

Susan Scarce

Assistant Director of Development 

Susan joined the CMC Foundation in October of 2016. Originally from Northern Virginia, Susan moved to Myrtle Beach when she was young. She graduated in 2005 from Carolina Forest High School. She then attended Gardner-Webb University on a golf scholarship, and ultimately graduated from Coastal Carolina University in December of 2009 with a major in Communication, and a minor in Business Administration.  In 2010 she graduated from Coastal Carolina University with her Masters in Business Administration.  Susan serves on the Coastal Carolina University Athletic Foundation Board of Directors. She currently resides in Myrtle Beach with her son Reece. 

The Foundation staff is always happy to come speak to civic and community groups about all the great programs and initiatives of the Foundation. If you are interested please contact Susan Scarce:

Candace booth

Foundation Assistant



Jennifer Maddox 

Grant Writer

Jennifer is originally from North Myrtle Beach and joined the CMC Foundation in August of 2019.  She graduated from Coastal Carolina University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion and a Master’s degree in Public Health.  She has worked in the areas of health education and grants at both the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control and Coastal Carolina University.  She currently resides in Myrtle Beach with her husband Brad and their four children.