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WREN brings more than 32,000 South Carolinian voices to elected and appointed officials and sparks citizen involvement on important legislation. Join our email network to get up-to-date information on WREN’s issues and policies at the Statehouse and action alerts to contact your elected officials.
Advocacy 101 trainings
WREN trains groups across the state on issues affecting women and girls, while also providing information on the legislative process and how to advocate. During legislative session, we also encourage advocates to meet us at the Statehouse to engage legislators directly in a supportive group setting.
If you have a group or organization that is interested in receiving an Advocacy 101 training or advocating at the statehouse contact Courtney Thomas at email@example.com .
WREN’s Workforce Advisory Group for Equity (WAGE) consists of leaders from diverse industries and backgrounds, who are committed to WREN’s efforts to support women in the workforce. Advisors provide input on strategies to increase women’s participation and advancement in South Carolina’s workforce, including: hiring and recruiting practices; training and educational opportunities; shaping workplace and public policies; and other key strategies. If you are interested in learning more about WAGE, contact Brandi Parrish Ellison, Director of Policy and Government Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WREN’s Strategic Technical Advisory Group includes individuals who have special expertise that is relevant to WREN’s mission and to our educational, advocacy and political activities. These experts work in medicine, public health, law, economics, advocacy, and more. Advisors provide input and expertise to WREN staff and board members on an as-needed basis, and from time to time, the staff or board may engage advisers in projects or initiatives. If you believe you can help, please contact email@example.com.
Women’s Economic Empowerment Coalition
The Women’s Economic Empowerment Coalition facilitates coordination, communication, and collective action among organizations and individuals in the Upstate of South Carolina. The Coalition elevates the role that women can play in ending generational poverty in our communities and will catalyze more commitments and investments to support women and their families.
To learn more and participate in the Women’s Economic Empowerment Coalition, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To improve the prospects of future generations of South Carolinians, it is crucial to invest in the health, economic stability, and leadership potential of women. WREN is a 501(c)(3) statewide advocacy network that advances women’s and girls’ opportunities across multiple issues areas, from health to education to economic opportunities to freedom from violence to leadership.
Your tax-deductible donation is an investment in the women and girls of South Carolina.
Like a nest, there are many materials and components necessary to make a stable, safe, and sustainable structure. Your contribution to WREN, big or small, is essential in the same way. Consider being a founding member of The WREN’s Nest Society. Learn more about the Society here.