Women Vision SC

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.

The interviewees were selected from nominations from our listeners and viewers.  Their stories will live on for young people through our education portals. The producer/host and Project Director of Women Vision SC is Linda O’Bryon, a former President & CEO of SCETV and South Carolina Public Radio.

 

Women Vision SC: Jennifer Gutierrez-Caldwell

12 hours ago

Jennifer Gutierrez-Caldwell is the Director of Youth Services at Pendleton Place.

Women Vision SC: Inez Tenenbaum

May 14, 2019

Inez Tenenbaum practices law at Wyche, P.A. in Columbia and Greenville. She is the former Chairman of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, and the former Superintendent of Education for South Carolina.

Women Vision SC: Anita Singleton-Prather

May 7, 2019
Anita Singleton-Prather
SCETV

Also known as Aunt Pearlie Sue, Singleton-Prather is an educator, storyteller, and historian of the Gullah culture.

Women Vision SC: Chief Justice (Ret.) Jean H. Toal

Apr 30, 2019
SCETV

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? South Carolina Public Radio and SCETV's Women Vision SC interview series spotlights these trailblazing women from across the Palmetto State.

In this episode, host Linda O'Bryon speaks with former South Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Jean Hoefer Toal. Toal was the first woman to serve as a justice in the state and is one of the longest serving chief justices in South Carolina History.