History of the Jannie R. Jackson Women's Center


JRJWC History

About Jannie Ruth Jackson

Jannie Ruth Jackson

Jannie Ruth Jackson has traveled internationally with her husband to Africa, England and Israel; and gained national recognition within the Bible Way Organization as a “Lady of Honor and Elegance”. She is a powerful and anointed speaker and when she opens her mouth “Wisdom speaks”.

 The Jannie R. Jackson Women’s Center, named in her honor, is a 501c3 organization which provides support for females of all ages throughout South Carolina. Established in 2006 as a vision of  Willie Mae Jackson, the primary focus of this organization is to assist in the healing of women and girls, and the mending of broken families.

Meet our Board of Directors
Board of Directors

Cassandra Ward - Director

Administration Volunteers

Kesha Gibson - Administrative Assistant

Lacy Bland - Website Manager

Arkasha Smith - Administrative Assistant to Components

Juliette Glisson - Volunteer

Lucille Douglas - Volunteer

Teen Pregnancy Support

Brenda Isaac - Program Director

Leader - TBD

Girls Academy

Annette Davidson - Volunteer

Beverly Davis - Assistant Program Director

Nikki Golston - Co-leader

Karen Johnson - Volunteer

LaShawn Matthews - Leader

Tamikah McDuffie - Co-leader

Stephanie Wicker - Volunteer

Domestic Violence Awareness 

Tanisha Tate - Leader

Polly Harley - Volunteer

Darlene Porter - Volunteer

Cerena McGee - Volunteer

Velvet Ahrens - Volunteer


Awards and Recognition

Mrs. Willie Mae Jackson, founder and president of the Jannie R. Jackson Women's Center, received the Gospel Heritage Foundation's "Exemplary Community Service" award for her hard work and dedication to the Jannie R. Jackson Women's Center and the Ruth House.

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Leap Summit, February 28, 2020. Brookland Baptist Church

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