The Queen of Soldering Is Crowned J.Jill “Woman of the Quarter” WRC is often the first place women connect when they are unsure of their next step. We understand we cannot provide every solution, and when our clients need services we do not offer, we connect them to the resources in our community.
By Grier Ferguson • Photo by Pam Truitt There are three things in life April Coulson loves to do: garden, dance and draw. She grows everything — flowers, herbs and vegetables. “I really like to grow kale,” Coulson says. “I like to eat it, and it’s fun to watch it grow into little kale trees.”
The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is thrilled to recognize its first MyWRC J.Jill “Woman of the Quarter”— Felicia Phillips. Felicia equates adversity with opportunity and is thriving because of who she represents: WRC—Women Resonating Courage, Conviction, and Commitment. Regina Morris, her WRC case manager, and others will attest to how Felicia embodies WRC.