The Who’s on the Move, Entrepreneur Minute is an interview in support of the undeniable impact that entrepreneurs have on our communities. We will be highlighting 20 entrepreneurs in each of our markets (Columbia, Greenville and Charleston) with a short video as well as a full audio version of the conversation on our WhosOnTheMove SC podcast. You will see a diverse group of entrepreneurs and we will be exploring the theme of overcoming obstacles.
We would like to thank our sponsors of this video series:
- NP Strategy
- The Entrepreneurs’ Organization of Charleston
- The Riley Institute at Furman University
Megan Manigault, Founder, I Am Voices, Inc.
Megan graduated from Trident Technical College and the University of South Carolina, focusing on project management, healthcare, and psychology. She has worked in the medical field in various positions for over fifteen years. Megan has spent countless hours volunteering at hospitals, nursing homes, and various faith-based organizations. Megan has started many outreach and mentor camps for girls.
As a survivor of childhood sexual violence and other traumatic experiences, she founded I AM VOICES, Inc. in 2017, a non-for-proit organization located in North Charleston, SC.
I Am Voices was created to provide restorative care to women at risk or victimized by sexual exploitation. In 2021, Megan opened the first Blooming Flower Transitional Housing Program in the State of South Carolina for women who have experienced sex trafficking, sexual violence, or who have aged out of the foster care system.
The program organized and run by I AM VOICES, Inc. provides innovative, hands-on help with housing, life skills, job placement, education, transportation, social skills, financial literacy, therapy, education, and job placement to women.