Minor Mickel Shaw is the President of Micco, LLC, a private investment company in Greenville, South Carolina. She serves on the board of directors of BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, the International African American Museum in Charleston, the Columbia Funds mutual funds group and the Advisory Board of Duke Energy Corporation. Minor is the chairman of The Duke Endowment, The Daniel-Mickel Foundation and the Hollingsworth Funds. She is also the chairman of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Commission. She is a past chairman of the United Way of Greenville, the United Way of South Carolina, the Community Foundation of Greenville, the Junior League of Greenville and the Urban League of the Upstate. Minor is also past chairman of the boards of the Wofford College board of trustees, the Belle Baruch Foundation, the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities and the ETV Foundation of South Carolina. She helped found Community Works Carolina, Roper Mountain Science Center and the SC Governor’s School for the Arts year round school. Mrs. Shaw has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto from the state of South Carolina, the David Wilkins Citizenship Award from The Riley Institute and the James F. Barker Ethics in Action award from the Rutland Institute at Clemson University. She is also a recipient of the Whitney Young Humanitarian Award from the Urban League of the Upstate. Minor is a laureate of the South Carolina Business Hall of Fame. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a recipient of honorary degrees from Wofford College, Furman University, Clemson University and Frances Marion University. Minor is married to Dr. Harold Ellis Shaw, Jr. and lives in Greenville, SC. She is a native of Elberton, Georgia but grew up in Greenville, South Carolina. Minor and Hal have three children and ten grandchildren.