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Thank you @PamelaEvette for encouraging women’s service in SC. Excited you have the opportunity in your new role as Lt. Gov. to create change and encourage diversity on state boards and commissions. @SCRAInnovation @SCcommerce #SCWomensBusinessSummit

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There’s @henrymcmaster, @scwomenlead, @PamelaEvette, @bethbernsteinsc, @Barbara_Rackes, @TIDEVINE and others announcing an initiative that encourages women to be involved boards, commissions and volunteer efforts.

Our Executive Director, Dr. Delores Dacosta, is here this morning at the @SCStatehouse with Gov. @henrymcmaster and @scwomenlead to urge people to #ServeSC by volunteering for state boards and commissions. #bridgingthegap

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12 hours ago

SCWomenLead

YOUR talents, YOUR expertise, YOUR experiences are needed to move our state forward; South Carolina needs you! Our state has over 900 vacancies on state boards & commissions. Work is sitting incomplete, decisions are not being reached & the impact can be seen & felt in towns & communities throughout our state!

What do you have to offer? What does South Carolina have to gain? Below are just a few examples of the posts available:

eGovernment Oversight Committee 💻
Liquified Petroleum Gas Board 🛢
Maritime Security Commission 🚢
Pesticide Advisory Committee 🦟
Scenic Highways Committee 🚙
South Carolina State Board of Funeral Service ⚰️

Since the launch of our SC Gubernatorial Appointments Project, 111 women have submitted applications. 📯🎉💃🏼 Join us by submitting your application in the coming week & let’s move South Carolina forward together!

Follow this link to learn more: bit.ly/SCwGAP
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YOUR talents, YOUR expertise, YOUR experiences are needed to move our state forward; South Carolina needs you! Our state has over 900 vacancies on state boards & commissions. Work is sitting incomplete, decisions are not being reached & the impact can be seen & felt in towns & communities throughout our state! 

What do you have to offer? What does South Carolina have to gain? Below are just a few examples of the posts available:

eGovernment Oversight Committee 💻
Liquified Petroleum Gas Board 🛢
Maritime Security Commission 🚢
Pesticide Advisory Committee 🦟
Scenic Highways Committee 🚙
South Carolina State Board of Funeral Service ⚰️

Since the launch of our SC Gubernatorial Appointments Project, 111 women have submitted applications. 📯🎉💃🏼 Join us by submitting your application in the coming week & let’s move South Carolina forward together! 

Follow this link to learn more: bit.ly/SCwGAP

3 days ago

SCWomenLead

It’s another #FoundersFriday and today we’re featuring Ashley Jacobs, FIRST ☝️ female Administrator of Beaufort County!

Why does Ashley think there should be more women in leadership? She says, "We need more women in leadership because women are half the world’s population, but around the globe, they aren’t represented equally in positions with national, state, or local governments, corporate boards, or senior management. In city and county governments, less than 20 percent of Chief Administrative Officers are women even though 40 percent of Assistant CAO positions are held by women, and women make up 60 percent of MPA programs. Research shows that diverse leadership results in better performance, better decision making, and better governance." 📊📈

Thank you, Ashley 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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Its another #FoundersFriday and today were featuring Ashley Jacobs, FIRST ☝️ female Administrator of Beaufort County! 

Why does Ashley think there should be more women in leadership? She says, We need more women in leadership because women are half the worlds population, but around the globe, they arent represented equally in positions with national, state, or local governments, corporate boards, or senior management. In city and county governments, less than 20 percent of Chief Administrative Officers are women even though 40 percent of Assistant CAO positions are held by women, and women make up 60 percent of MPA programs. Research shows that diverse leadership results in better performance, better decision making, and better governance. 📊📈

Thank you, Ashley 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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Ashley rocks!!

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