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Vi Lyles, mayor of Charlotte, and some City Council members received a death threat in an email Friday.
Tally Casey, CEO of Wyche Law Firm, was chosen as Lt.
Barbara Laughlin and Joyce Russell, both community advisors to Dress for Success Charlotte stepped up to sponsor the Ultimate Power Lunch, an annual fundraiser.
Machelle Sanders, secretary of the Department of Commerce for North Carolina, climbed the corporate ranks before taking charge of the state's thriving economic development prospects.
Lori Collins Luski, owner of Collins Climate Consulting and president of IWF Carolinas, has been appointed to the EPA Environmental Financial Advisory Board (EFAB) for a three-year term.
Adrienne Cole, President and CEO of the Raleigh Chamber, speaks to WRAL TechWire on the state of women leaders in the Triangle.
Sophia Wajnert, leader of the Raleigh site for Credit Suisse, has stepped down after four years in Raleigh and 14 years with the financial institution.
Donna Rhode was named to the Advisory Board of Avallano.
Vi Lyles, Charlotte mayor, received an honorary doctorate from Johnson C.
Moira LoCascio, CEO of MYgroup, was honored by the North Carolina Employee Assistance Professionals Association with the 2022 John Burke President's Achievement Award.
Roslyn Artis, president of Benedict College, joins HBCU thought-leaders in discussion on how to maintain accountability and further mission values.
Susan King, former dean of UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media, was inducted into the UNC Media and Journalism Hall of Fame.
Carol Spalding, President of Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, was honored by the Board of Trustees with the naming of the new tech center on campus.
Lou Kennedy, President, CEO and owner of Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation, was featured in a story by NBC News about our shrinking economy.
Valerie Hillings, Director of the North Carolina Museum of Art, was featured in a New York Times article highlighting the benefits of world-class museums in mid-size cities.
Ravila Gupta, CEO of Bagchi Group, was invited by Ascend to attend the NASDAQ closing bell ceremony on May 12, in honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Sharon Gaber, UNC Charlotte Chancellor, shared her vision for the university with WFAE 90.
Karen Albritton, CEO of Walk West and board chair at the American Marketing Association, was featured in WRAL's TechWire discussing how executives can drive organization-wide growth by connecting business goals to marketing investments.
Laura Wellman has been named the 2022 Harold P.
Andrea Smith's career with Bank of America Corp.
Joyce Russell, president of Adecco Group US Foundation, recounts the pivotal moments in her life in a new book, Together We Rise.
Lissa Broome was highlighted in the Carolina Alumni Review, highlighting her many years as an outstanding faculty member who has been recognized numerous times over the years for her achievements and contributions.
Mary-Ann Baldwin has joined First Tee of the Triangle as vice president of advancement.
Lori Collins Luski spotlighted in Women+ in Climate Tech, as part of the Taskforce for Equity in Climate-related Financial Disclosures, where she highlights Laura Meyer Wellman's role in her career.
Laura Meyer Wellman moderates a panel on gender bias, sponsored by Bank of America and the World Affairs Council.
Grace Ueng launches her regular column with WRAL Techwire with lessons on leadership and happiness.
Mayor Vi Lyles leads effort to sever Charlotte's ties with Russian sister city.
MaryAnn Bruce was named Board Chair-Elect for C200, a premier invitation-only organization of C-suite corporate executives and entrepreneurs.
Andrea Smith has been named an independent director on the board of HCA Healthcare, Inc.
Machelle Sanders, NC Secretary of Commerce, has been named to the BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Jessica Donan, Managing Partner of the EY office in Greenville, SC was named one of Greenville Business Magazine's 50 Most Influential People of 2021.
Dianne Chipps Bailey has been selected as the new chair of the Women's Philanthropy Institute (WPI) Council.
Andrea Smith talks about retirement from Bank of America, community work and what is next for her.
Mayor Vi Lyles speaks with WFAE's Mike Collins looking back at successes and challenges for Charlotte in 2021.
Susan King discusses Nikole Hanna-Jones controversy and future of journalism as she steps down from the Hussman School of Journalism.