Pansy just received her 10-yr. service award at Winthrop University. Before her position in the Center for Pedagogy, she worked in the Counseling and Educational Leadership Department for five years. After graduation from Winthrop, Pansy worked in the Corporate world for Bowater Carolina and Celanese, both in Rock Hill; Black & Decker Corporation in Fayetteville, NC. Upon returning to Rock Hill in 1988, Pansy worked in family businesses: VisionX, Inc., Jonathan's Oyster Bar & Restaurant; and Austen Taylor Builders and then took a few years off to enjoy family and especially grandchildren, and do some traveling. She is married to Max A. Phillips, her high school sweetheart, has one son, Russell (Rusty), and three absolutely beautiful granddaughters-Taylor, Austen, and Chandler. Pansy returned to Winthrop in November 1999 as an Administrative Specialist and is still enjoying her position here and working with friends and peers. During free time, she enjoys shagging (the SC State dance), traveling, Shrine activities with her husband and, of course, activities with family.