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Rebecca D. Ramos currently is a founding partner in a public affairs company, which provides political strategy and lobbying services. She began her career out of law school with the Palmetto Conservation Foundation (Columbia, SC) as Conservation Director. She then returned to Vermont to serve as attorney and legislative liaison to Governor Howard Dean. Next she became a legislative aide to Vermont Senator and President Pro Tem Peter Welch, serving as a political strategist and policy analyst before moving back to South Carolina. Rebecca is a founding member of The Daughters of Susan B., a group of over 100 women advocating for increasing the number of women in the democratic process. She also serves on the Executive Committee and is communications chairman of Women Giving for Spartanburg. She currently chairs the board of Hubculture Inc., an arts-focused nonprofit organization, is a board member of the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation Heart Division, and is an advocacy trainer working with local foundations, nonprofit organizations, and community activists. Rebecca has served on the Environmental Committee and Community Indicators Project of the Spartanburg County Foundation. Rebecca earned her Juris Doctor and Masters degree in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School and a BA degree in Environmental Science from Auburn University. Rebecca resides in Spartanburg.