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Advice from Successful Women

Dr. Elizabeth Davis has been president of Furman since 2014.

Women in Greenville are making their marks in the world of business and throughout the community.  In the August issue of Greenville Business Magazine, five of those women were asked what advice they would give to a woman looking to succeed in business.  Among those offering advice was Furman president Elizabeth Davis, who says it’s important to not “sweat the small stuff, either at work or home.”  The article begins on page 26 of the magazine.

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