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Joyce Dickerson

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Political party  Democratic
Party  Democratic Party
Spouse  Matthew Dickerson
Role  American Politician
Name  Joyce Dickerson

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Alma mater  Benedict College Midlands Technical College
Children  MeLicia Spurgeon, Mark Dickerson
Education  Midlands Technical College, Benedict College

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Joyce Dickerson (born June 14, 1945) is an American politician from the U.S. state of South Carolina. She is currently serving her third term as a Richland County Councilwoman.

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Early life and career

Dickerson originally from Savannah, Georgia, moved to Columbia, South Carolina in 1975 after her husband retired from the United States Air Force. After moving to South Carolina, she attended Benedict College, graduating cum laude with a B.S. in Business Administration, and Midlands Technical College, graduating with an Associate's degree in Psychology. She worked as a compliance auditor, retiring in 2006.

Dickerson has been active in Democratic politics since the 1980s. She ran unsuccessfully for the South Carolina House of Representatives in 1996. She was elected to the Richland County Council in 2004, and has also served as State and Regional Director of the National Federation of Women Legislators, becoming Chair of NFWL in 2011. She currently serves on the National Order for Women Legislators (NOWL) Telecommunication and Technology Task Force. Dickerson has also been active as a representative of Richland County on the National Multi Modal Transportation Steering Committee (NMMTSC), and served a two-year term on the Federal Communications Commission's Intergovernmental Advisory Committee. She is also a past President of the Women of the National Association of Counties and is a former Chairwoman of the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority.

U.S. Senate Campaign

In October 2013, Dickerson announced that she would challenge Senator Tim Scott for his seat in the November 2014 election. Dickerson defeated her primary opponents with 67% of the vote before losing the race to Scott in the General Election.

Writings by Joyce Dickerson

  • Dickerson, Joyce (2010). A Tribute to 101 Incredible Women of Distinction Who Influenced My Life from My House to the White House. Xlibris. ISBN 978-1450094511. 
  • References

    Joyce Dickerson Wikipedia


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