"I am humbled and honored to be included alongside this excellent group of women," said LaCour. "I have always firmly believed that we must lift others up and help other women shine. I hope that together the women recognized with this award can inspire the next generation and forge a strong future for women across the
With over 25 years of experience, LaCour is a transformative leader who is passionate about reimagining the way businesses interact with their customers, markets and employees. LaCour has been with Blackbaud for 12 years and in 2018 was named CMO. She has flourished in this role, helping the company expand its market share and scale inside the philanthropic and technology sectors.
During LaCour's tenure, Blackbaud has been recognized by Forbes as one of America's Best Midsized Employers, one of America's Best Employers by State (
Learn more about the South Carolina Women in Business Award and see the full list of recipients here.
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