Bluffton, SC, March 16, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Sea Islands Region of Young Democrats of South Carolina is proud to announce that Bridgette Frazier has been been selected as the Beaufort County Representative at Young Democrats of South Carolina.
A resident of Bluffton, Frazier has volunteered for several state and local campaigns, including the 2002 Jim Hodges Campaign, the 2016 Lisa Sulka for Mayor Campaign, and the 2016 Dan Wood for Town Council Campaign.
Professionally, Frazier is the Founder and CEO of The Oscar Frazier Foundation – a local nonprofit that provides scholarships to local area high school students, supports local student athletes participating with the Bluffton Parks & Leisure programs, and recognizes local humanitarians who are doing great things within the community. Frazier also runs and operates her own catering company known as Deliciously Couture; D.B.A Gullah Fried Sweet. And, she is employed full-time as a high school English teacher with the Beaufort County School System.
Separately, Frazier serves as a board member for the Bluffton Martin Luther King Observance Committee and the Bluffton Community Center. She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.
Previously, Frazier was as an educator for eight years in the Palm Beach County, Florida school system.
Frazier received a BA in Professional English from South Carolina State University and an MPA in Public Administration with a concentration in Disaster Management from American Public University.
About Young Democrats of South Carolina (YDSC)
The Young Democrats of South Carolina is the governing body of all affiliated county, caucus, advocacy group, young voter, and college/university Democratic organizations within the State of South Carolina. Our parent organization is the Young Democrats of America, but YDSC often works with the South Carolina Democratic Party (SCDP) and the College Democrats of South Carolina (CDSC) to reach our Party’s and organizations’ mutual goals.YDSC works aggressively to encourage voters under the age of 40 to actively participate in the democratic process and in Democratic Party politics by educating young voters on the core values and principles of the Democratic Party. Our mission is to unite and educate the lives, minds, and practices of youth voters and serve collectively as the political youth voice of South Carolina.YDSC is committed to growing voter turnout from ages 18-39, to general Democratic Party development, and youth civic involvement at the county, state, and national levels.