“We’re thrilled for Solicitor Wilson to join the Charleston Forum’s board of directors,” said Brian Duffy, CEO of Charleston Forum. “Effective leaders have vision and courage, and Solicitor Wilson has both. We look forward to having her help shape the Forum’s efforts going forward.”
Solicitor Wilson became the first woman to hold the office of Solicitor for the Ninth Judicial Circuit when she was confirmed by the South Carolina State Senate on August 3, 2007.
“The Charleston Forum was created out of tragedy, but now we must focus on how we can come together to make a difference,” Solicitor Wilson said. “I’m so thankful to use my experiences to work with the community to further the conversation about race in an open and honest discussion.”
Solicitor Wilson graduated from Clemson University in 1989 and the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1992. After graduating from law school, she served as law clerk for the Honorable Don S. Rushing. Solicitor Wilson won the Law Enforcement Victim’s Advocate Solicitor of the Year Award and the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network’s Criminal Justice Award for Outstanding Service to Victims.
For more information about The Charleston Forum, visit thecharlestonforum.com.
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