Women in Business Spring 2015

Date: April 29, 2015Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location:  Show map Woodside Plantation Country Club
1000 Woodside Plantation Dr.
Aiken, SC 29803
Contact: Mandy CollinsPhone: 803.649.1200 x225Email: mcollins@aikenchamber.net

 The Little Things Matter is the topic for the Chamber’s spring Women in Business luncheon presented by Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC., President and CEO Carol Johnson.

 The event will be held at Woodside Plantation Country Club on April 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost of the luncheon is $35 per person.

 Attendees can expect to learn about a proven leadership style that could assist with advancing their career or provide validation for current practices. Johnson will share how something as simple as a bunny rabbit can provide inspiration.

 "Every action has an impact, whether we know it or not, and sometimes the unintended consequences can extend far beyond what we may imagine,” Johnson said.

 The chair-elect of the Aiken Chamber, Fran Jones, Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC, said, “I am excited that Carol will be our speaker at the spring Women in Business luncheon. She is a leader for women to look to for inspiration and vision in their own careers.”

The luncheon is part of the Aiken Chamber’s Women in Business program, a series of events that provides opportunities for women to network and become successful in business through luncheons, seminars, and other pertinent events.

Meet Carol Johnson

Carol Johnson is the president and CEO of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS). She is responsible to the Department of Energy for the safe, effective and efficient management and operations of the Savannah River Site. Her responsibilities include providing vision, leadership, mission growth, technological advancement, a performance-based culture of safety and operational excellence at the site.

 Johnson has more than 30 years of leadership experience and has worked at several Department of Energy locations including the Hanford Site in Richland, Washington, the Sellafield remediation project in the United Kingdom and at the Idaho National Laboratory.

 Johnson previously worked at the Savannah River Site form 1981-2004 in various positions. She assumed her current role at the site in May 2014.

Johnson serves on the board of directors for several organizations, including the Economic Development Partnership of Aiken, Edgefield and Saluda Counties, the Child Advocacy Center of Aiken, the Southern Carolina Alliance and the Original Six Foundation. She is also the chair of the Aiken Together Capital Campaign.

Carol and her husband, Mike Johnson, reside in Aiken.

Sponsors of the Women in Business program are:

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsor 

Silver Sponsor 


The cost of the Women in Business Spring Luncheon is $35 per person. 


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