Hank Ehlies is an Attorney at Law at a local law firm. Hank has spent over 31 years defending the citizens of Greenville through everything from settlement, litigation council and negotiation regardless of size or scope.
Housing affordability is braided with the interconnected dynamics of race, wealth, safety, crime, and poverty. Recently, Greenville City Council unanimously voted to allocate funds and create a new public private partnership to housing, deemed an issue critical to the city’s economic stability and vitality in the long run.
Research shows that gender equality and gender diversity improve economic development, promote peace, and improve the performance of companies and governments. While gender inequality impacts all women and men around the world, for some women and girls it is a matter of life or death. Every year 4 million women and girls disappear, simply because
Porn is legal. Sex trafficking is not. They are completely unrelated. Right? This talk is a paradigm shifting concept that has you asking, “Am I part of the problem? Or will I be part of the solution?”
Self mutilation. Cutting. Self harm. Van Gogh is notorious for this. The idea brings up vivid negative images to most people. How can negative physical behaviors like cutting be explained and transformed into a formula for hope, rebuilding, and personal rebuilding?"
Teaming up for the first time ever, spoken word artists Tavis Brunson and Shanita Jackson have graced many stages throughout the U.S., leaving their audiences in a snap-and-clap frenzy! About Tavis Tavis is a native of Columbia, SC. He has been performing poetry professionally since 2003, bringing through his words inspiration flavored with a generous dose
Weaving stories from his grandmother’s life as well as his own, Scott challenges us to reexamine what we think we already know about life and racism. About Scott Scott serves as Pastoral Executive at First Presbyterian Church in Spartanburg, SC (www.fpcspartanburg.org). A graduate of Wofford College and Harvard Divinity School, he has been a lecturer
Not every child in Greenville County lives in the traditional, two parent, 2.4 kids, one dog, happy household. Some of our children live in situations that are less than ideal, even those living with loving foster parents.