After graduating from Hammond, Jordan Medley graduated summa cum laude from the University of South Carolina with business administration and public relations degrees as well as a master’s degree in teaching. Looking back, Jordan attributes some of her greatest success stories to Hammond and its teachers.
Voted ‘Most Organized’ in her Senior Class, is it any surprise Rosanne Sullivan Prim ‘09 recently founded her own regulatory consulting firm, Clean Plate Law, LLC in Boston, Massachusetts. A 12-year Skyhawk, Rosanne started Hammond in the first grade and graduated in 2009. Along the way, Hammond played a pivotal role in guiding her to her ultimate career of being an attorney.
Carter Scott is an attorney at Searcy, Denny, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley PA and a graduate of the Class of 2007. Carter attended Dartmouth College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government. He played middle linebacker on Dartmouth‘s NCAA Division I-AA Ivy League football team, served as a member of the College’s Honor Council, and served as an editor of the Dartmouth College Law Journal.
After graduating Hammond in 2000, Robert Scott attended Wofford College where he graduated magna cum laude and furthered his education at Florida State University College of Law where he graduated cum laude. Robert’s success continued as he eventually became a founding partner of Scott & Wallace and has been selected for the highly prestigious attorney rating guides BEST LAWYERS IN AMERICA 2021 and Super Lawyers-Rising Stars in 2019, 2020, and 2021. Robert and his firm currently have four (4) locations in the Florida Panhandle and Southwest Georgia.
Voted Best Role Model in his senior class, Hunter McMaster ‘09 is continuing to serve as a role model … whether for the young people he mentors, or for those with whom he works. A vice president at Morgan Stanley, Hunter attributes his passion for math, and the success he enjoys today, to his eleventh grade pre-calculus class taught by Marcus Neal.
Lauren Nelson ‘13, daughter of Alumna B.J. Nelson ‘76, graduated from Hammond School as a 14-year Senior in 2013. “Mr. Lumpkin's AP Statistics class was by far one of my most favorite at Hammond. I took this class my senior year. With many mixed emotions and decisions ahead of me as I prepared for college the following year, Mr. Lumpkin pushed me to work and study hard leading up to the AP exam, while always making the class enjoyable.”
"My teachers and fellow classmates at Hammond challenged me to reach deeper and not settle for success in just one area of my life. The peer pressure and knowing that my fellow student athletes took studying seriously made me reevaluate the effort I was giving in the classroom."
Anna Penland graduated from Hammond in 2017, and is a junior at Auburn University. Although she has not continued her theater and music career in college, her passion for teaching kids still grows every day.
Daisy Miller, Hammond class of '88, graduated from Converse College in 1992 with a double major in French and Graphic Design. Daisy is currently the owner of Forest Lake Travel and resides in Columbia, SC. Daisy and her husband James have two children, Edwin (8th grade) and Madge (6th grade).
Margaret Deans Fawcett Grantz ‘09, graduated from Wofford College in 2013 as a Business Economics major. She is founder and Director of Development and Marketing at Camp Cole, a nonprofit organization currently building a camp and retreat center for children, teens, and adults with disabilities, illnesses, and other life challenges.
For Walker Williams (’90), it’s about being “all in” … whether it’s pursuing multiple business degrees or carrying on the Skyhawk tradition. A graduate of UGA, Walker holds a BA in finance and an MBA from USC in Columbia where he was a SC Bankers Association Fellow.
Bo Hart graduated from Hammond in '07 and currently works for the Alumni Engagement Team at the Darla Moore School of Business. Previously, Bo worked at the University of South Carolina’s Alumni Association and for Virginia Tech’s Admissions Office and Development Office.