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Mara Campolungo (access required)

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Mara Campolungo, a self-described serial entrepreneur, has worked as a radio and television reporter, a marketing and branding specialist, a print-marketing specialist and a consultant to the hospitality industry. In 2011, she set her business endeavors aside and jumped feet ...

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Debra Campbell (access required)

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Debra Campbell thought she was going to study law and become a lawyer until a professor in the urban planning program at Middle Tennessee State University, where Campbell was a student, went on a recruiting mission among minority students. Campbell ...

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Marjorie Bray (access required)

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Marjorie Bray’s identity is wrapped up in her passion for philanthropy and fundraising. As director of development for the College of Computing and Informatics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Bray is in charge of major gift fundraising. ...

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Tanya Blackmon (access required)

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Tanya Blackmon finds satisfaction in following her passion. “It means waking up every day and working to add value to someone else’s life,” she says. As president of Novant Health Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville Medical Center, Blackmon is finding her satisfaction ...

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Tania Archer (access required)

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When Tania Archer tried her first child-custody court case on her own without a supervising attorney, her hearing resulted in a parent’s going to jail for criminal contempt. At the time, she was a guardian ad litem, representing children in a high-conflict case.

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Construction set to start on Northlake Plaza (access required)

The first building in Northlake Plaza, a planned shopping center across from Northlake Mall on W.T. Harris Boulevard, has been permitted by Mecklenburg County. Trent Gustafson, president of Charlotte-based Percival McGuire, the developer on the project, said he expects construction on the $902,000, 9,500-square-foot building to start within 30 days. He said the building should be finished in six months.

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