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South Carolina Chamber of Commerce announces that the third Women’s Leadership Symposium

Columbia, South Carolina – The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce announces that the third Women’s Leadership Symposium will take place on March 7, 2024. This event, which takes place all day at Segra Park (1640 Freed St., Columbia, SC) from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is meant to bring attention to the impactful contributions that women are achieving in the Palmetto State.

Promoting leadership, empowerment, and economic growth

The goal of the symposium is to use the unique ideas and experiences of women leaders to promote leadership, empowerment, and economic growth. Paula Harper Bethea, who is the chair of the board and CEO of J.M. Smith Corporation, will be the keynote speaker at the event. She will talk about her work and support women in leadership and development.

Attendees can look forward to a schedule featuring six diverse panel sessions. These discussions will cover important topics like how to build strong teams, keep work and personal relationships healthy, how to be a leader beyond your title, how to make opportunities for others, how to speak up for yourself, and establishing financial literacy. These sessions will be led by respected panelists such as Pamela Bynoe-Reed, Dr. Markesha Miller, Teresa Wilson, Karen Jenkins, and many more. They will share their knowledge and advice.

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The Women’s Leadership Symposium isn’t just a meeting; it’s an event where people can talk to each other and learn new things. With the presence of South Carolina Lieutenant Governor, Pamela Evette, the event underscores the importance of women’s roles in governance and business. The symposium will also have a silent auction and the ATHENA awards, which will recognize great achievements. These will add to the day’s fun and networking opportunities.

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce underscores the importance of such events in ensuring that women continue to play a crucial role in the state’s economic and social development.

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This symposium is a must-attend for anyone interested in the advancement of women in leadership roles and those who support the development of a more inclusive and equitable professional landscape in South Carolina. The Women’s Leadership Symposium 2024 will be an inspiring event for women from all walks of life to meet, learn, and lead. It will feature well-known speakers, great chances to network, and a focus on insights that can be put into action.

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