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Women Vision SC
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Who are some of South Carolina’s leading women in the fields of business, government, public service, and the arts? What was their personal journey to success and what common themes helped them develop a vision for achievement? Women Vision SC podcasts will feature a different interview each Tuesday for 11 weeks, beginning April 30, 2019. Women Vision SC is an SCETV cross-platform initiative recognizing women of achievement from around the state on radio, television and online.

Latest Episodes
  • Tameika Isaac Devine was age 29 when she ran for office for the first time. She became the first African American female and the youngest person on the…
  • When Darla Moore began business school at George Washington University, she said she “didn’t know what a balance sheet was.” After graduating with her…
  • Betty Jo Rhea served as Mayor of Rock Hill for 12 years and as a member of the City Council for 8 years. She was referred to as “the people’s mayor.” When…
  • T. Lilly Little Water began her life's passion of advocating for Indigenous People at age seventeen. “It’s something intangible and inexplicable that…
  • Malissa Burnette is an award-winning attorney and advocate for equal rights for all. She is co-founder of the Burnette Shutt & McDaniel law firm in…
  • Fresh out of Newcomb College at Tulane, Ann Timberlake came back to South Carolina and instead of taking up civil rights or the war, she said she “wanted…
  • Shortly after Cathy Hughes joined The Times and Democrat in Orangeburg in 1972, she got a call from the society editor who said, “Cathy, The Times and…
  • Dr. Shaniece Criss “The world will tell you what success looks like, but truly success looks differently for different people.” The words of Dr. Shaniece…
  • “Follow your passion. Don't ever forget to take care of yourself. That's critically important. I think as women, we don't always do that very well.”…
  • Keisha Hawes was age 31 when she had a heart attack. She was a wife and mother, who was holding down several part-time jobs in the Charleston area to help…
  • As president, CEO and owner of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Lou Kennedy runs a global company out of West Columbia, South Carolina. She and her…
  • Pastor, Maranatha Free Church of Jesus ChristFounder, Exec. Director, Angels Change MinistryPastor Nannie Jefferies would often visit the jails to…