Success Stories

Numerous women have taken their education to the next step pursuing master’s and even doctoral degrees.

In 2012 Anderson Independent Mail’s “20 under 40” program named nine women, and three of those were WACS graduates. Of those three, two began the WACS program homeless! The following are just a few of the WACS success stories:
  • Laneika Musalini

    Laneika Musalini, a WACS graduate and AIM board member, is featured in this video, which debuted at the 2015 Hats Off to Women – AIM High Luncheon. She became the Director of Grants for Tri-County Technical College in 2012 after graduating from Tri-County Tech with an Office Systems Technology Degree, Anderson University with a Bachelor’s […]

  • Ashley Hall

    Ashley Hall, a current WACS participant, shares her story at Anderson Interfaith Ministries Annual Fundraiser for their Women and Children Succeeding Program. This program is geared towards mothers who are fighting the cycle of poverty by pursuing a college degree.

  • Tracy Bowie

    Tracy Bowie – Executive Director of Foothills Alliance in Anderson, SC and a former WACS participant, shares her story of how the WACS program helped her get to where she is today at Anderson Interfaith Ministries’ annual fundraising event.