Meet Becky Morlok

Becky is President and Partner of C3 Connection: C3 ElderCare, a non-medical companion care service for the elderly and C3 Career Care, a professional human resource services company formed to provide outsourced human resource services to businesses, unemployed individuals and those in career transition. C3’s offices are located at 107 North Main Street in downtown Anderson.

Prior to forming C3, Becky was employed for nineteen years with the media industry at the Independent-Mail newspaper beginning as benefits administrator before being promoted three times in five years to Vice-President/Human Resources. Her responsibilities included management and staff development, compensation and performance appraisal programs, grievance and complaint procedures, exit interviews, employee recognition and communication programs, workers’ compensation, safety programs and administering company policies, employee programs and benefits.

Before joining the Independent-Mail, Becky spent 10 years as the corporate law and civil litigation paralegal for the firm of Jones, Spitz, Moorhead, Baird & Maddox in Anderson, SC. Prior to moving to Anderson, Ms. Morlok served as Deputy Clerk of the US District Court and Assistant to the US Magistrate in Asheville, NC.

She completed high school at St. Mary’s School, Raleigh, NC and is a graduate of NC State University in Raleigh, NC with a BA degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice. Becky also holds a paralegal degree with a concentration in civil and criminal litigation from the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta, Ga., and is a graduate of the first class of The E. W. Scripps Leadership Institute in Breckenridge, CO.

Becky is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She is a member of the Anderson Area SHRM Chapter and a certified Zenger Miller facilitator.

Becky currently serves on the Independent-Mail’s Brighter Christmas Fund Board and the AnMed Diversity Advisory Council. She is a life member of the NC State University Alumni Association, a member of the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce and a graduate of the Chamber’s Leadership Anderson Class IX, Leadership Anderson Alumni,

Ms. Morlok’s previous community service includes Anderson University Business Advisory Board and MBA School Planning Committee, Anderson University’s College of Business Curriculum Oversight Committee, advisor to the Anderson Area Business and Education Alliance, Board of Directors for the YMCA of Anderson, Junior League of Anderson County, Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce, Anderson Area Chamber Board of Regents, Easter Seal Society of SC, the Foothills Rape Crisis and Merger Alliance Board: Anderson Alliance for Prevention of Child Abuse and Anderson/Oconee Children’s Center, and the Youth in Service Scholarship Fund.

A popular keynote speaker at award banquets and meetings, Becky has also conducted workshops and facilitated retreats for churches, universities and organizations including Anderson University, Clemson University, FACES, the United Way, YMCA, Harte-Hanks, Inc., the E. W. Scripps Company, the Anderson Independent-Mail, the Anderson Chamber of Commerce Business Expo and the Carolinas Hospice & Palliative Care Annual Conference.

Born in Rutherfordton, NC, she is married to Ted Morlok, a real estate developer. They reside on Lake Hartwell and have two sons, Heath who is married and resides in Asheville, NC, and Kaighn, a 4th year med school student at the Medical University of SC and a granddaughter, Iris, age 2. Becky is an active member of First Presbyterian Church where she serves as a teacher and Bible study leader, a Stephens Minister and a member of the Chancel Chimers handbell choir.