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3 days ago

SCWomenLead

Join the League of Women Voters of Columbia, SC and one of our Founders and Board members Linda Salane as she represents SCWIL at the November Public Policy Luncheon this Thursday, Sept. 19 at 11:45 a.m. at the Lourie Center SC. Attendees may bring a lunch or pay $10 for a catered lunch. Reservations are required. Email sc.susanbjames@gmail.com or call 803-256-6822 TODAY to RSVP or for more information. Hope to see you there! #SCWomenLead #EngenderingDemocracy See MoreSee Less

Join the League of Women Voters of Columbia, SC and one of our Founders and Board members Linda Salane as she represents SCWIL at the November Public Policy Luncheon this Thursday, Sept. 19 at 11:45 a.m. at the Lourie Center SC. Attendees may bring a lunch or pay $10 for a catered lunch. Reservations are required. Email sc.susanbjames@gmail.com or call 803-256-6822 TODAY to RSVP or for more information. Hope to see you there! #SCWomenLead #EngenderingDemocracy

1 week ago

SCWomenLead

This week’s @SCWomenLead’s #WCW goes to LRADAC’s CEO, Gayle Aycock & her executive team, comprised of 4 women & 1 man 😱

LRADAC cares for the needs of the citizens of Richland & Lexington counties in SC, offering a wide array of alcohol & drug abuse prevention, intervention & treatment programs in both counties.

Today, members of the LRADAC board of directors & executive team including CEO Aycock joined the First Lady of South Carolina to bring awareness to National Recovery Month.

Thank you to LRADAC for all that you do for South Carolina!

#WomanCrushWednesday #WorkingWomenWednesday #SCWomenLead
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This week’s @SCWomenLead’s #WCW goes to LRADAC’s CEO, Gayle Aycock & her executive team, comprised of 4 women & 1 man 😱

LRADAC cares for the needs of the citizens of Richland & Lexington counties in SC, offering a wide array of alcohol & drug abuse prevention, intervention & treatment programs in both counties.

Today, members of the LRADAC board of directors & executive team including CEO Aycock joined the First Lady of South Carolina to bring awareness to National Recovery Month. 

Thank you to LRADAC for all that you do for South Carolina! 

#WomanCrushWednesday #WorkingWomenWednesday #SCWomenLead

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What a great team

Go Gayle and Team LRADAC! 🎈🎉

Congratulations Mrs.Gayle and her executive team! God Bless each one of you and thanks for making an difference in people lives!

Some of my favorites!! Go Gayle and Jeremy Martin

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1 week ago

SCWomenLead

Founders Feature 👏: Erin Cook- Owner, Estate Planning of SC

Why do we need more women in leadership? Erin states, "We need more women in leadership because women tend to think more holistically. They bring a more inclusive way of thinking and problem-solving in which they consider the issues outside of their factual context and seek resolve for all involved. "

Thank you, Erin for your continued support of South Carolina Women’s Leadership Network! 🤗

If you would like to join us as a Founding Member and help underwrite a strong foundation for our South Carolina future, click this link: bit.ly/2tISoXQ

#FairVoting #FillthePipeline #SCWomenLead #SCWIL #ReducePolarization #FoundersFeature
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Founders Feature 👏: Erin Cook- Owner, Estate Planning of SC

Why do we need more women in leadership? Erin states, We need more women in leadership because women tend to think more holistically.  They bring a more inclusive way of thinking and problem-solving in which they consider the issues outside of their factual context and seek resolve for all involved. 

Thank you, Erin for your continued support of South Carolina Womens Leadership Network! 🤗

If you would like to join us as a Founding Member and help underwrite a strong foundation for our South Carolina future, click this link: https://bit.ly/2tISoXQ

#FairVoting #FillthePipeline #SCWomenLead #SCWIL #ReducePolarization #FoundersFeature

2 weeks ago

SCWomenLead

Featured Founders 👏: Beth Bernstein, S.C. House of Representatives

Why does Beth think it is crucial to have women in leadership? She declares, "As one of only a small number of female members of the SC General Assembly, I feel that women legislators bring a different skill set from our male counterparts at the State House. We tend to approach problems in a more collaborative manner and lean toward detailed-oriented methods to successfully evaluate and manage change. We are inclined to multi-task and balance the various aspects of our life — professional, family, legislative. My personal leadership style concentrates on consensus building and I attribute that to being a woman, as I focus on growing healthy, long-lasting productive relationships.”

Thank you, Beth for your continued support of South Carolina Women’s Leadership Network! 🤗

If you would like to join us as a Founding Member and help underwrite a strong foundation for our South Carolina future, click this link: bit.ly/2tISoXQ

#FairVoting #FillthePipeline #SCWomenLead #SCWIL #ReducePolarization #FoundersFeature
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Featured Founders 👏: Beth Bernstein, S.C. House of Representatives

Why does Beth think it is crucial to have women in leadership? She declares, As one of only a small number of female members of the SC General Assembly, I feel that women legislators bring a different skill set from our male counterparts at the State House. We tend to approach problems in a more collaborative manner and lean toward detailed-oriented methods to successfully evaluate and manage change.  We are inclined to multi-task and balance the various aspects of our life -- professional, family, legislative.  My personal leadership style concentrates on consensus building and I attribute that to being a woman, as I focus on growing healthy, long-lasting productive relationships.”

Thank you, Beth for your continued support of South Carolina Womens Leadership Network! 🤗

If you would like to join us as a Founding Member and help underwrite a strong foundation for our South Carolina future, click this link: https://bit.ly/2tISoXQ

#FairVoting #FillthePipeline #SCWomenLead #SCWIL #ReducePolarization #FoundersFeature

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Great quote, Beth. Thank you for your service in our legislature & for being a terrific role model for my two daughters!

love love love Beth!!!!

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