The pandemic has been called “collective lifequake.” The upheaval going on around us is largely involuntary, but the ways we choose to manage it are our own. Read more about how we’re dealing with the lifequake (and tell us how you’re coping). https://bit.ly/2JMajbn #SCWomenLead
Our #WCW today is someone who gets close to doing it all. Wife, mother, speaker, lawyer, council woman & SCWIL founder & board member-@TIDEVINE goes by many titles, & contributes much to her community. See her latest project: a series on “The Color of Law” https://bit.ly/36tqeV3
We are almost half way to our goal for #GivingTuesday . Can you contribute and help us expand programming and training for #WomenLeaders across SC? No donation is too small! http://bit.ly/3fRtbSw #SCWomenLead #EngenderingDemocracy #SCTweets
It is #GivingTuesday . Non-profits need your help this year more than ever. Shout out your favorite nonprofit and know that although they need your financial support, they can also use your time and talent.
Happy #GivingTuesday! We commit every day to connecting more women to each other and to leadership opportunities. To do that, we need your support. Your #donation helps expand programming and training for #WomenLeaders across SC. https://bit.ly/3fRtbSw #EngenderingDemocracy
The business world has woken up to the idea of female leadership. We hear dozens of success stories about powerful and influential women, from household names like Oprah Winfrey and Susan Wojcicki, to startup founders like Katrina Lake and Tracy
As women, we strive to do it all. And our #WCW today is someone who gets close to doing that. City of Columbia Government City Council woman, SCWIL founder & board member, speaker, lawyer, strategist, wife & mother – Tameika Isaac Devine goes by many titles, and contributes so much to her community.
Check out her latest project: four-part series on “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America.”