About

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Welcome to all lowcountry UNC alumni, fans and friends. Thanks for visiting the online home of the Charleston Carolina Club.  If you’re looking to connect with local Tar Heels, you’ve come to the right place.

The Charleston Carolina Club (CCC) is your source for UNC related social, networking, athletic, educational and service opportunities. Whether it’s through a Tar Heel Service Day project, our annual student send-off reception or simply watching a Carolina game with friends, let the CCC be your connection to Carolina, down here in the lowcountry.

Our club was recognized last year by the General Alumni Association as an Old Well Club, which is the top level of Carolina Clubs. This means that we work hard to provide a variety of events and activities to keep YOU connected to local Tar Heels.  We can’t wait to meet you at our next event.

We’re always looking for new friends who share our love for Chapel Hill, so get in touch today and reconnect with your Carolina family.

Leaders

Kristen Fanarakis
Economics/Political Science
MBA: General Management '13

Kristen is the founder of the L.A. made women's clothing line Senza Tempo, assistant director of the Center for Financial Policy at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and author of The Debutante's Guide to Wall Street. She started her career in Boston at Putnam Investments as a research associate and spent over a decade working on Wall Street in New York City in Foreign Exchange trading for firms such as Merrill Lynch and Citibank.

Andrew McGlaughon
Journalism and Mass Communication/Political Science
Exercise and Sport Science - Sports Administration '07

Following his time in Chapel Hill, Andrew and his wife, Laura ('02), moved to Mt. Pleasant to work at the College of Charleston in 2007. He currently works for Learfield Licensing Partners, and chases his two sons around town - Charlie and Benjamin.

Michelle McLeod
Exercise and Sport Science - Athletic Training '07

Michelle is a 2007 master's graduate of Exercise and Sport Science - Athletic Training. While at UNC, Michelle was a graduate assistant athletic trainer with UNC Track and Field, and Women's Gymnastics. Currently, Michelle is an assistant professor of Athletic Training and Exercise Science in the Department of Health and Human Performance at the College of Charleston.

Abby Downing
Journalism