CHARLESTON, SC—Go to just about any groundbreaking ceremony for a new factory in South Carolina, or a press conference announcing more jobs coming to the Palmetto State, and you are likely to see Womble Bond Dickinson’s Stephanie Few standing alongside government and business leaders.
Few focuses her practice on economic development, and she has been instrumental in recruiting tens of thousands of jobs, plus billions of dollars of investments, to South Carolina. So when the Charleston Post & Courier profiled 25 Notable Women in the city, Few was a logical choice.
Charleston business executive John Rivers compiled the list and Post & Courier columnist Edward Gilbreth wrote the article, describing Few as “Attorney; wrote the incentives for the state of South Carolina to attract Boeing to the Charleston region.”
Click here to read “Gilbreth Column: John Rivers’ List of Charleston’s Notable Women” in the Charleston Post & Courier.
Stephanie Few has played a role in many of South Carolina’s largest economic development deals of the past 20 years. She works closely with companies seeking to expand or relocate operations to the Carolinas and the Southeastern United States. Her efforts on behalf of clients have led to the creation of thousands of new jobs and billions of dollars in new investments. When the New York Times profiled Charleston’s economic boom in 2017, Few was one of the local leaders the Times turned to for insight.