The Forty Under 40 program honors the top 40 business professionals across the Charleston region who have excelled in their chosen profession and in service to their community. Please join us in congratulating Beverly for this distinguished honor.
Beverly grew up in Aiken, South Carolina and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business from the University of South Carolina, with Honors. She received her law degree from The Charleston School of Law.
After passing the South Carolina Bar, Attorney Snelgrove returned to Aiken to work with her family’s law firm Johnson, Johnson, Whittle and Lacer, PA, focusing on Social Security disability, worker’s compensation, and personal injury cases. She returned to Charleston in 2013, working with the Department of Social Services, sharpening her litigation skills. Ms. Snelgrove returned to private practice in November 2016, focusing on separation and divorce, custody, child support, Department of Social Services defense, and contempt of court.
“This is an incredible honor to be recognized as one of Charleston’s 40 under 40. In looking at the other honorees I’m truly humbled to be part of such an amazing group of professionals, in business and in the community”, shares Beverly.
For more than two decades, the Business Journal has selected 40 elite individuals who have gone on to start companies, lead community efforts for positive change and who have made an impact that reaches far behind the Forty Under 40 honor.
The Business Journal’s panel of judges had a difficult challenge in determining who would be named to the 2021 Class of Forty Under 40. Not only did they have to consider the personal, professional dedication and commitment of service each nominee provides to the Charleston community but to have done so in the shadow of a global pandemic indicates this class has been tempered like no one and destined for great things in the future.
This year’s class will be recognized at a special Forty Under 40 event on Thursday, September 30, 2021, at the world-renowned Charleston Gaillard Center from 6-8 p.m.