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Columbia partner Jamey Goldin has been recognized in the 2019 Class of Ambassadors of the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA). The organization recognizes 25 delegates for completing the 2018-2019 Port Ambassador Program, which provides delegates a deep understanding of the connection between the Port of Charleston and South Carolina’s thriving business community.
The 10-month Port Ambassador program immerses participants in port operations through educational sessions and tours of oceanside terminals, inland ports, cruise vessels and manufacturing operations around the state, showing firsthand the Port’s $53 billion annual economic impact on the state. The program also shows ambassadors how the maritime, transportation, port and manufacturing sectors intersect and spur the economic development in South Carolina, while also providing a networking opportunity for ambassadors as participants live throughout South Carolina and come from variety of industries and backgrounds.
Goldin is an experienced government relations attorney who represents clients in regulatory, administrative, and government relations matters. He focuses his practice on energy, environmental, healthcare, and insurance industries as well as local governments. Mr. Goldin represents clients in proceedings before the S.C. Supreme Court, other levels of state and federal trial and appellate courts, the S.C. Department of Insurance, the S.C. Public Service Commission, and other federal government affairs. He is a registered lobbyist before the S.C. General Assembly and is the former chief legal counsel and chief of staff for the S.C. House of Representatives.
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