Day: May 7, 2020

Doing the “Next Right Things”

For most of my professional life, I’ve been a single mother of three beautiful children.  I grew up in a lovely and beautiful small town in middle Georgia, a town where the traffic lights start blinking at night because so few cars are on the road.  A town where people live in their same homes …

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Lawson Wetli, President, League of Women Voters of Greenville County

Lawson Wetli is a longtime Greenvillian and an attorney, with a practice area focused on corporate transactional and securities law. She received her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law and currently practices with the entrepreneurs law group in Greenville. As a volunteer, Lawson is committed to helping people connect to their own power as …

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Madeleine McGee, President, TogetherSC

Madeleine has served South Carolina’s nonprofit community for more than 30 years. She’s led start-ups like the downtown revitalization program in Georgetown, SC, as well as established nonprofits like Coastal Community Foundation of SC that she ran for 10 years. A fierce believer in the power of collaborative partnerships and a committed community advocate, Madeleine …

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Kaitlin Sidorsky, Assistant Professor of Politics, Coastal Carolina University

Kaitlin completed her M.A. and Ph.D. In Political Science at Brown University and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at Coastal Carolina University. Her book, All Roads Lead to Power: Appointed and Elected Paths to Public Office for U.S. Women was publish in June 2019 by the University Press of Kansas. …

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Chakisse Newton, Richland County Council

Councilwoman Chakisse Newton represents Richland County Council District 11. She has deep roots in Lower Richland County, where the Newton family has lived and worked for more than 200 years. In her first run for public office, she continues the family tradition of community service. She brings a fresh perspective to Richland County Council and …

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