The award is given annually to 10 outstanding individuals who received undergraduate or graduate degrees from Clemson University within the past 10 years and who exemplify Clemson’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect. Recipients are recognized for their impact in business, leadership, community, educational and philanthropic endeavors.
Hall, a Cheraw native, graduated from Clemson in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in health science and earned an accelerated second bachelor’s degree in nursing at Shenandoah University in 2013. With the ultimate goal and calling to become a midwife, she attended Vanderbilt University to complete her 2015 master’s degree in nursing, specializing in nurse-midwifery. She became board-certified to practice as a CNM in 2016.
As a CNM, Hall – who recently became a proud new mother herself – has delivered more than 360 babies and has cared for countless women. She is lead CNM at Prisma Health Baptist Easley Hospital/Mountain View OB/GYN, which she joined in 2018. Before then, she worked for two years at the Sumter Family Health Center’s Carolina Women’s Specialists location, which provides comprehensive OB/GYN and midwifery services. Her tenure at this federally qualified health center laid the groundwork for her mission to improve obstetrical outcomes and experiences for those underserved. Hall has served in underrepresented areas of South Carolina throughout her career and plans to start a birth center in the future.
She is an active volunteer for several organizations, including Freeway Church, the March of Dimes, the Littlejohn Community Center in Clemson, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Dabo’s All In Team Foundation and Clemson University Athletics.
In 2017, she participated in a service trip to Haiti with Sensabaugh Mission Moon to donate and distribute shoes to children, schools and entrepreneurs there.
As part of the Clemson football program’s P.A.W. (Passionate About Winning) Journey leadership initiative, Hall was a chaperone and worker for a trip to Bangkok, Thailand, in 2019 to volunteer at a local Mercy Centre school dedicated to helping individuals who are underserved academically, socially and financially. She and her husband, Rashard, are donors to IPTAY, Clemson’s athletics fundraising organization, and aid in developmental programs for student-athletes.
Members of the Clemson family nominate potential Roaring10 honorees, who are then selected by the Clemson Young Alumni Council. The 2021 award presentation will occur during the fall.
The primary mission of the Clemson Young Alumni Council is to support the goals of the Clemson Alumni Association specifically on matters pertaining to young alumni. The Clemson Alumni Association is an open-membership, nonprofit organization that exists to connect alumni with their alma mater. Through a variety of programs and services, the Alumni Association works with alumni around the world to ensure they have a Clemson Experience every day.