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Few Confirmed by SC Senate as Commissioner

April 7, 2009

Few Confirmed by SC Senate as Commissioner
Kershaw County, SC – Sheri Few was confirmed April 1, 2009 by the SC Senate to serve as Governor Mark Sanford’s appointee to the SC Commission on Women.

Sheri Few, daughter of retired Air Force fighter pilot and General Officer Keith Lukens, graduated from Woodbridge High School in Woodbridge, England and attended the University of Maryland’s European Extension. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of SC Parents Involved in Education. Mrs. Few is Vice President of the Kershaw County Republican Women, Lifetime Member of the SC General Assembly’s Women’s Caucus, Graduate of South Carolina Winning Women, and Former Commissioner to Governors Campbell and Beasley. Mrs. Few lives in Lugoff with her husband Marty and her youngest son Bobby. Her two older boys attend Clemson University and North Greenville University.
Established in 1971, the South Carolina Commission on Women’s (SCCW) mission is to enhance the quality of life for all South Carolinians by promoting equal opportunities for South Carolina women, and by advising the Governor of the needs of SC women. The SCCW is responsible for identifying problems, defining issues, and recommending policies and procedures; and committed to improving the status of all women by ensuring the opportunity to develop their full potential.

SCCW promotes coalition building among similarly oriented groups, and provides referral services to constituents. The Commission and the Governor also strive to recognize outstanding women who have made noteworthy achievements in South Carolina.

Mrs. Few is “honored to have the opportunity to serve the women of South Carolina through improving opportunities for their involvement in policies that affect their lives and the lives of their families.”

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