BEVERLY OWENSBY of South Carolina
Director, Region 4
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Beverly Owensby was elected member-at-large of the National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) Executive Committee at the 40th Biennial Convention in Indianapolis and took office in January 2020. She is the director of NFRW Region 4, which includes Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. She also is the advisor to the NFRW Achievement Awards, Caring for America, and Literacy committees.
She was elected to the NFRW Nominating Committee in 2019 and 2013. She has served on the NFRW Board of Directors as State President of the SC Federation of Republican Women (SCFRW) and a member of the following NFRW committees: Membership--Newsletter Editor, National Armed Services, and Americanism. She has participated in NFRW Strike Force Weekends and is a NFRW Regent.
Beverly is currently serving as: SCFRW Executive Committee Advisor, Palmetto House Republican Women (PHRW) Advisor, Chairman of the PHRW Annual Military Appreciation Golf Tournament, and SCGOP 4th Congressional District Chairman. She is a member of the SCGOP Executive Committee, Spartanburg County GOP Executive Committee, and RNC Women’s Suffrage Centennial Core Team. She is a SCFRW Crescent Regent.
She has served her community in many leadership positions: Director East Piedmont District of the Garden Club of SC, President Spartanburg Garden Club Council, President of Woodland Heights Elementary PTA, President Dawkins Middle School PTSA, Dorman High School Parent Advisory Council and Chairman Public Relations of Dorman High School Booster Club. She is a Nationally Accredited Master Flower Show Judge.
While working as the Spartanburg Herald Journal Newspaper In Education Coordinator, Beverly was awarded the Southern Newspaper Association Literacy Award and SC Department of Education Career Education Award. She was elected President of the SC Newspaper in Education Association. She served as the Celebrate Community Spelling Bee Director for three counties. She also served on the Upstate Workforce Development Executive Board and Spartanburg Reads Executive Board.