Letter from the editor

  • Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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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 readers ten Women to Watch. The selection is a daunting process – one we look forward to each fall. Just as in year's past, the 2013 honorees represent a wide mix of professions and charitable organizations of which they are an integral part.

They will be recognized at a reception in November at which time they will be presented with a framed photo with their story as a remembrance of their recognition as a 2013 Woman to Watch.

Congratulations to the 2013 Women to Watch!

Judy S. Watts

This year's honorees follow an impressive list of past winners:

2007

Rita Berry

Loren Bethea

Vi Matheny

Deb Campeau

Jill Henry

Monica Karam

Victoria Platt Ellis

Kristin Sagliocco

Kathy Randall

Holly Patterson

2008

Barbara Dunning

Babette Hamilton

Jenny Horne

PJ Johnson

Alexandra Kassing

Sharon Laney

Kay Phillips

Candace Pratt

Georgia Toney

Diane Walker

2009

Debbie Miler

Cristy Sanders

Kelly Williams

Naomi Nimmo

Lynn Haney-Singleton

Becky Ford

Jan Parsons

Tiffany Provence

Toni Fivecoat

Annette Young

2010

Lori Dibble

Alessa Bertoluzzi

Bette Century Thomas

Betty Settle

Deborah Cloutier

Jan Waring-Woods

Kelly Knight

Laura Perdue

Marie Williams

Susan Morris

2011

Melony Are

Sarah Coleman-Lee

Angie Crum

Elena Furnari

Martha Green

Cyndy Jackson

Lissa Lara

Maité Murphy

Jennifer Schlette

Angela Vest

2012

Yvonne Caruso

DeeAnn Farrell

Lisa Hamilton

Sarena James

Ashton Johnson

Amy Karpus

Wendy Lee

Marlena Myers

Whitney Ringler

Monica Shows

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