Adam Artigliere Selected for Riley Institute's Upstate Diversity Leaders Initiative

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Burr & Forman is pleased to announce that Adam Artigliere, a partner in the firm's Greenville office, will join 39 other distinguished leaders from across the Upstate of South Carolina as a member of the 35th Diversity Leaders Initiative (DLI) Upstate class.

“This program creates opportunities to tackle challenges faced by diverse segments of our community and introduce enduring solutions and systems-level change within organizations and businesses across South Carolina," said Dr. Don Gordon, executive director of the Riley Institute.

For over 20 years, DLI has brought together community stakeholders and equipped them with the skills and perspectives necessary to leverage diversity in their organizations in ways that drive social and economic progress in South Carolina.

At Burr & Forman, Adam’s main practice area is commercial real estate, and he takes pride in his role as a connector for his clients and partners. In addition to his day-to-day work, Adam finds joy in service to his community through a variety of pro bono initiatives.

When he learned about his selection, Adam reflected, “I have admired the Riley Institute at Furman University for many years, and I cannot wait to learn valuable lessons from my eminent classmates and the professionals at DLI.”

Upon completing the program, Adam will join over 2,700 exceptional leaders creating social and economic progress across South Carolina. Past Burr & Forman DLI participants include Michael Seezen and Pamela Baker.

See the complete list of the Upstate Class here.

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