Samantha S. Wallace is the co-founder and publisher of edible Upcountry, a magazine dedicated to celebrating the regional food culture and sustainable foodways of upstate South Carolina. She is also one of the original co-founders of M.Judson, an independent bookstore in downtown Greenville. Politically, Sam was instrumental in leading upstate representation to the Women’s March
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
Women, through empathy and their understanding the suffering of others throughout the world, have the ability to save the world. The culture in the corporate world is changing for women. Women are becoming more and more of an influence in corporate America, and the corporate world must continue to embrace women in the workforce.
About Janie and Robyn Janie Smith Dillard and Robyn Zimmerman are here to share Ungirdled Truths, a play which “bounces between bittersweet and slap-your-side funny… a frank look at women’s issues as varied as pregnancy and menopause to cervical cancer, plastic surgery “touch ups,” hair loss, urinary incontinence and depression. This format lets women tell
About Marsha Wallace worked in obstetrics for over 20 years prior to founding Dining for Women in 2003. She lives in Greenville with her husband and four children. Always passionate about women’s issues, today she lives her passion through the work of DFW.