By: Catherine Green For me, growing up in a middle class family surrounded by successful women (and men who appreciate and respect those successful women), I did not have much exposure to gender inequality until I left home to attend college. I am a firm believer in...read more
By: Michelle Nannarone I’m a firm believer that almost anybody can be a runner. Most people can lace up their sneakers and go out there and pound the pavement. However, those who are patient with themselves are normally the ones to stick with running forever. I’m an...read more
What motivates change? Change all starts with a thought, but to go even further, it requires action and a strong will. If we try hard enough, it is something that can alter our lives forever. We all have something that we want to change, and in order for it to happen,...read more
Written by: Michelle Nannarone For our July Connect the Dots luncheon, Lorraine Pursell came to Center for Women on a hot and sunny Wednesday afternoon to talk about self-love. Lorraine is an educational therapist, certified life coach with a...read more
Monday, dozens of women of the Charleston community and I gathered at Mount Pleasant Town Hall. As we walked through the impressive glass doors of the massive town building and strode through the metal detector, there was an anticipatory buzz in the air. We knew we...read more
Written by: Michelle Nannarone Starting a business in this world can be hard, especially with ongoing battles in the entrepreneur world. Dealing with self-doubt and negativity from the surrounding world is a difficult thing to master. For Shauna VanBogart, the road...read more
"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
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