The Summerville Journal Scene's Women to Watch has grown year-to-year since it's beginnings in 2007. Every year the list of nominees from our readers grows, and every year we introduce to our …

International Primate Protection League Founder Shirley McGreal has spent her life traveling the world, fighting off poachers and traders of primates. She’s traded that time for a more peacefu…

n multiple boards, active in numerous organizations, volunteering weekly to read at two elementary schools, working out at the Y every morning and traveling to St. George and back for work, Ma…

urning the most devastating personal tragedy into a life of trying to keep others from experiencing the same tragedy, is what helped 46-year-old Deona Bien of Summerville survive after the acc…

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’ve seen a lot of things that most people have never seen…things that make you want to come home and hug your children,” says English Myers who has served as a pediatric critical care nurse fo…

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 Nominations are now being accepted by The Summerville Journal Scene for the annual “Women to Watch” special section highlighting women in our community. The section spotlights women from a di…

Lissa Lara had a long career in accounting behind her when she moved here in 2004, but no experience in the health care field.Today she’s helping to lead the dramatic growth of a major physici…

To meet Sarah Coleman-Lee is to encounter pure, positive energy. That she has drive and ability is obvious. After a 22-year career in the Air Force in the health care field, she started a full…

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This marks the fifth year The Summerville Journal Scene has chosen ten women from the excellent nominations sent in by readers. This year’s honorees highlight a spectacular mix of professions.…

It may have been happenstance that Yvonne Caruso came to work for a small manufacturing company in Summerville -- but a lot of people are very happy that she did.

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The Summerville Journal Scene’s Women to Watch has grown year-to-year since it’s beginnings in 2007. Every year the list of nominees from our readers grows, and every year we introduce to our …

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Nominations are now being accepted by The Summerville Journal Scene for the annual “Women to Watch” special section highlighting women in our community. The section spotlights women from a div…

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Nominations are now being accepted by The Summerville Journal Scene for the annual “Women to Watch” special section highlighting women in our community. The section spotlights women from a div…

Although Cyndy Jackson is the first Executive Director for the Arts Business Civic Coalition of Summerville/Dorchester County, she has helped manage non-profits more than 15 years.

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Angela Vest is a highly dedicated, customer-focused, inspirational professional. That’s how her fellow Rotarian and client Al Bradham sees her, and what prompted him to nominate her as one of …

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In between providing care to patients and making recommendations to the state board of medical examiners, Martha Green makes snacks for little leaguers and leads Children’s Church.

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SJS taking nominations for annual publication through Sept. 19

The Summerville Journal Scene honored the 2010 Women to Watch at a reception at the Holiday Inn Express Nov. 17. Publisher Ellen Priest, Executive Editor Judy Watts and Regional Marketing Dire…

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Debbie Miler is the owner, operator and broker of a property management business and she says the multi-tasking involved makes her job ideal for a woman. The business is called Miler Propertie…

Summerville Community Orchestra Executive Director Naomi Chaitkin Nimmo likes to tell people sheís lived two lives.

Tiffany Provence has a hand in every aspect of her law firm, right down to the rugs.

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Men outnumber women in the S.C. General Assembly nine to one, making the percentage of women lawmakers in Columbia the lowest of any state legislature in the country.

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