The South Carolina Women’s Leadership Network is governed by a seven-member board of directors from different backgrounds and perspectives who share a common commitment to our State’s future.
Teri K. Callen is Vice President-Special Programs Director with Chicago Title Insurance Company-South Carolina. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Law, having taught both Real Estate Transactions I & II
Brittany N. Clark is an attorney with Nexsen Pruet where she focuses her practice on employment and labor law. Before joining Nexsen Pruet, Brittany practiced at King & Spalding in Washington DC where she served as a member of her firm’s women in leadership committee, a group that promoted the professional and personal development of women in the workplace and aimed to increase opportunities for women in leadership positions.
Tameika Isaac Devine
City Councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine made history at age 29, when she was first elected to Columbia City Council in April 2002, making her the first African-American female to serve on City Council and the first African-American to be elected At-Large.
Anita M. Garrett is a journalist and management consultant. She has worked in the fields of philanthropy and community engagement for more than 20 years helping develop leaders, build capacity and create public/private partnerships globally. As a principal with The Weathers Group, a South Carolina-based consulting firm, Ms. Garrett has devised strategies for the business challenges and opportunities of diverse clients.
Lauren Harper is a South Carolina-bred political and public affairs strategist. She is CEO of her consulting firm CityBright and a Co-Founder & Senior Advisor for voter registration & engagement nonprofit Secure the Ballot. Lauren formerly served as South Carolina State Director for former Congressman Beto O’Rourke and as Policy and Communications Advisor for Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin.
After Barbara Rackes’ business beginnings in the women’s apparel industry when she built a $10 million company doing business in three southeastern cities and employing more than 100 people, Rackes launched several technology companies.Prior to her years as a traditional and online pioneer, Rackes served as a press secretary to a US Congressman in Washington while attending law school.
Kathy A. Randall served over twenty years as Senior Director of Government and Public Affairs, Southeast Division for BP America ( formerly Amoco Oil). She was Public Information Officer for the BP Horizon Oil Response Team in Florida.
Dr. Linda Salane, CEO of WNN (Why Not Now) Consulting and Executive Coaching, is a graduate professor in organizational leadership at Columbia College.
Eaddy Roe Willard
Eaddy Roe Willard has over twenty five years of experience working in politics, government and public service. It is the diversity of that experience that serves her well as President of RoeWillard Consulting, a grassroots public affairs and political consulting group that specializes in assisting local candidates and promoting issue-oriented information activism.