Meet the Committee

Our 2017 Cinderella Project would not have been possible without the incredible committee members. We are happy to have these members with us for 2017!

ALISSA COLLINS LIETZOW: Alissa is a licensed South Carolina attorney and the Executive Director of Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services. She began volunteering with the Charleston Cinderella Project in 2004 and took over as Project Chair in 2005.  Her favorite part of the event occurs around 8 am the morning of the event. Doors do not open until 10 am, but to see girls and their families start to line up hours before the event always reminds her that the long days and many months of planning are worth it.

TAYLOR LONG:  Taylor owns her own law firm, Law Office of Taylor E. Long, where she focuses on Family Law, Estate Planning, and Personal Injury. She has volunteered for the Cinderella project for the past 6 years. This year, she is playing a vital role as Volunteer Coordinator.  Her favorite part of the event is volunteering at the Boutique where she is able to make dreams come true for young ladies by helping them find the perfect dress and accessories!

JENNIFER IVEY: Jennifer and her husband moved to South Carolina a little over a year ago and are local small business owners.  She is licensed to practice law in Florida and South Carolina and currently practices business planning, bankruptcy, and family law at Freeman | Wine, LLC in Mt. Pleasant.  This is her first year of involvement with the event and she looks forward to helping make this a memorable event for the girls and their families.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Meet the Committee

  1. Pingback: Updates & Thanks | Cinderella Project

  2. II am looking to organize a Cinderella Project in the Adirondack Region of Upstate NY. We’ve had a couple in the Albany Region, but it appears they are no longer in existence.

    In searching for information, I found your website to be the most complete and I would like to use your material as a starting point for our startup. I would love your insight on what is involved in making this successful.

    Carley Chapman

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