"Today, there is a huge moment to seize in on. A lot of women are recognizing their power and standing up for themselves and what is right..." -Shelley Young Written by: Michelle Nannarone Our June Connect the Dots featured Shelley Young, executive director for...read more
Rediscover your professional power after a life shift Written by Paige Hardy It finally happened. You escaped those oppressive walls of your employment situation. You feel elated by the freedom from responsibility and so excited about what is to come next. There...read more
We love getting to know our Ready4Work participants and Melanie was no exception! She recently graduated from the program and wanted to share about her experience. Click the video below to watch her interview. Interested in registering for Ready4Work?...read more
Potential Voters! This year, more women are running for office than ever before. Many are right here in our community! We've compiled a list so that you can check out these Tri-County area, women political leaders. Take a look at their platforms and decide where...read more
The Center for Women is excited to launch the Playdate Series under the direction of our new Program Manager, Nadia Stieglitz. This series is an initiative to address the well-being of the women of Charleston by giving them the opportunity to explore their passions by...read more
We are excited to host Dr. Aprille J. Ericsson at our signature speaker event, An Afternoon with Dr. Aprille J. Ericsson, on April 15th at Charleston Music Hall! Dr. Aprille J. Ericsson is an Aerospace Engineer, who has held numerous positions in education,...read more
"The work that feeds Lisa’s soul is the center’s efforts to address those issues and empower women. Lisa’s mission and the mission of the Center for Women is to give women access to the resources they need to be self-determining and to remove barriers to their...read more
CardRates.com recently featured the Center for Women in a wonderful article by Brittney Mayer. It covers who we are, our professional development programs, entrepreneurship coaching, and our vision for the future! Click HERE to check it...read more
Lisa Dabney joined the Center for Women in October of 2017 as the executive director. Dabney brings nearly 30 years’ experience driving the growth of nonprofits focused on social and human services, the arts, healthcare, and the environment. As executive director, she...read more
What it is: HPV, or Human Papiloma Virus, is a virus that affects the skin and mucous membranes. There are about 30 types of the virus that can affect the genital areas, mouth and throat of males and females. HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection...read more
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