Harry graduated from Rutgers with a bachelor’s degree in Economics in 1971.
Harry served in a variety of leadership roles while residing in Mahwah, New Jersey, including 5 years as a city councilman, 2 years as council vice-president, and 1 year as council president. He was elected to City Council for the City of Hardeeville in 2015 and served in that capacity until becoming the mayor in 2016. Mayor Harry is currently the chairman for the Southern Low Country (SoLoCo) Advisory Board. Harry is also on the board for Southern Carolina Alliance and Habitat for Humanity.
Harry Williams was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 21st, 1949, . He was raised in a household of ten as the second child. Harry spent the years 1993 to 2015 residing in Mahwah, New Jersey, before moving to Hardeeville. His wife of more than 36 years, Beth, and he have two children together: Lauren and Jared. He is currently retired and enjoys spending his free time serving the community.
Bo graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College where he was elected Student Body President and selected to Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges. He was also featured in Young Life Staff, a faith-based youth organization in Washington DC and Yonkers, New York.
Bo moved to Indianapolis, Indiana to work with Mayor Richard Lugar to successfully begin Communities in School. Bo founded Project Access with four schools' systems in the Boston area while at Raytheon. The program established computer science programs, training for teachers in four high schools, and paid student internships. The program received national recognition for work and education partnership excellence. His career has focused on: general management in the public and private sector, strategic planning, organizational and leadership development.
Bo White was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He played lacrosse in high school and college. Bo moved to the Hardeeville area in 2000. In his spare time he enjoys traveling, especially to Italy and Japan.