The 2015 Claflin University Women’s Conference included panels on subjects ranging from women’s health to South Carolina authors and filmmakers.
The final event of the conference was the March 27 screening of the film, “12 Dog Days Till Christmas,” produced entirely in South Carolina.
The movie was produced by G It's Entertainment!, an independent production company based out of both South Carolina and Los Angeles. Executive producer Elizabeth Snoderly founded the company in 2007.
"12 Dogs Days Till Christmas" stars Reginald VelJohnson, best known for his role as Carl Otis Winslow on the popular television sitcom "Family Matters."
“Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives” was the theme of the fifth annual conference held March 26-27.
The opening day of the conference included a health fair focusing on women’s health issues and free screenings.
The second day of the conference featured a panel discussions by women from throughout South Carolina who have launched distinguished careers in literature, politics, media, performing arts and film.
Camille L. Threats was the keynote speaker at a noon luncheon in Ministers' Hall.
Threats is a public relations account executive for Stone Ward, a full-service advertising agency based in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Chicago, Illinois. Their clients include U.S. Soccer, Snap-on Tools and Terminix.
The day will conclude with a Red Carpet event and screening of the film "12 Dogs Days Till Christmas."