Lawrence Moore has been a lifelong Activist in the Progressive community for 40+ years. Born in Lancaster, SC, he graduated from the University of South Carolina with a degree in political science. He has previously headed up the Rainbow Push Coalition in South Carolina, was Political Director for SC Bernie 2016, Progressive Caucus Co-chair for SC Democratic Party, and was founder and former and Co-Chair of Our Revolution South Carolina. He presently serves as Chair of the Political Committee for the Sierra Club's South Carolina Chapter. He resides in the midlands area and spends time with family.
Fancy Crayton’s life work and activism stem from her drive to help others and generate social change. With over 12 years of working experience, she believes that public engagement is the key to advance services, programs, and policies for our communities. A 2008 volunteer of the Year for the Lower Richland Youth Development Board and previous Richland County Neighborhood Council (2011-2018), she can also be found gardening in her Midlands area home.
Donna Dewitt’s 52 years in the Labor Movement and politics began in her hometown of Orangeburg, SC as a BellSouth (now AT&T) employee in 1966. Donna was active as a union representative in her CWA Local, 3719, and the SC AFL-CIO. She was also the Legislative Chair for 16 years before finally retiring from BellSouth after 30 years of service. Elected the first woman president of the SC AFL-CIO in 1996, she continues to support grassroots initiatives. She currently spends her time enjoying the peace of her Orangeburg farm with her husband.
Quint Scott is a young African American male that has passionately been working with the youth and our organization since 2020. He is an active member in the Kingstree and rural Williamsburg county advocating for voters rights and working with the young community to keep them informed.
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