GREENVILLE, S.C.—Womble Bond Dickinson US Chair and CEO Betty Temple has been chosen as a mentor for the Fellows in Liberty Fellowship’s class of 2019. Temple is one of 21 South Carolina leaders selected as a mentor.
Luanne Runge, Liberty Fellowship President & CEO, said in a statement, “These established leaders have invested in South Carolina, moving the state forward across sectors and in various capacities. As advisors, the mentors will share their experiences, helping the Fellows navigate moving from success to significance and learning how to work collectively for the good of South Carolina.”
The Liberty Fellowship is an incubator for exemplary leadership in South Carolina. Members of the Aspen Global Leadership Network, Fellows make a lifelong commitment to use their creativity, network, and energy to move South Carolina forward.
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Betty Temple’s 25 years of experience in advising public company boards on their highest strategic priorities gives her perspective on how to meet the needs of clients in a fast-changing world. Clients describe Betty as a champion for their interests—a leader, an innovator, and a trusted strategic counselor. In her role as Chair and Chief Executive Officer of Womble Bond Dickinson in the United States, Temple’s highest leadership priority is to ensure that the firm’s clients receive extraordinary service and legal work from dedicated lawyers. As Co-Chair of the Board of the transatlantic Womble Bond Dickinson, she has expanded the firm’s ability to reach further in serving clients through the additional mind power, bench strength, industry insight, practice areas and geographic coverage that the combined firms can bring to bear.