Highlights from the December 2014/February 2015 issue of IMARA Woman.
Chief Lynette Lewis Allston-Motivating and Making Positive Change
By Tameka Kenan-Norman
“Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them.”
–John C. Maxwell.
Lynette Lewis Allston, a former resident of Columbia, S.C. and current chief and chair of the Tribal Council of the Nottoway Indian Tribe of Virginia., has exemplified Maxwell’s quote for many years. The Duke University graduate has a diverse list of community activities, professional occupations and awards anyone would deem impressive. She has utilized this involvement to relate to others and to motivate those who revel in the idea of becoming leaders too.
Allston’s journey began after meeting her husband in Durham, N.C. A native of Darlington, the two decided to return to his home state, making Columbia, S.C. home. Soon after, Allston discovered there was a void in the market and began her venture in entrepreneurship.
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