King’s College Board member Bobby Dobson recognized by Southeastern Conference (SEC)
NEW YORK— King’s College Board member Bobby Dobson was recently recognized for his charity work by the Southeastern Conference (SEC) in its series, "Stories of Character."
Dobson received accounting and law degrees from the University of South Carolina where he was also a two-time letterman in tennis.
In 1993, Dobson walked away from a successful career as a lawyer and CPA to focus on volunteer work. Currently, he is President of Dobson Ministries, an organization that disseminates Christian materials to the elderly, Chairman of Homeless Children International, and the Chairman for the Walker Foundation of the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind. He also founded the Dobson Volunteer Service Program and Scholarship Fund at the University of South Carolina, a program that encourages and supports students who want to serve through local and global mission trips.
The SEC’s “Stories of Character” series celebrates former conference student-athletes who have gone on to make a difference in the world. In honor of its 75 year anniversary, a total of 75 individuals from the conference will be honored.
Dobson has served on the Board of Trustees at The King’s College for five years.
The King’s College is a Christian liberal arts college located in the Empire State Building in New York City.
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