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Executive Women has new board

The Executive Women of Lake Norman has a new board for 2017. President: Annie Lewis, Annie Lewis Event Planning; Vice President: Cindy Michael, A Plus Network Transcription Service; Past President: Danielle Ratliff, Serenity Now Massage Therapy; Secretary: Tricia Sisson, The Range of Lake Norman and Ballantyne; Treasurer: Erin Gee, Aquesta Bank; Membership: Vicky Turner, Perma […]

New vice president of operations at Master Title Agency

Ronda Strickland has been promoted to vice president of operations at Master Title Agency, a real estate title company based in University City. In her new role, Strickland will oversee all internal processes and communications regarding title insurance commitments and policies; serve as trainer for new employees and ongoing professional development; and assist with personnel matters. Strickland […]

Mayors leading mayors

Dec. 8. The mayors of Charlotte, Concord and Cornelius have been elected to leadership roles on the N.C. Metropolitan Mayors Coalition, a bipartisan group representing the mayors of the state’s larger cities. Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Concord Mayor Scott Padgett will serve on the executive committee, while Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis will serve as […]

Two promoted at Speedway Motorsports

Two executives have been promoted at Speedway Motorsports in Concord. Mike Burch was named chief strategy officer, while Braun Smith was promoted to vice president of national sales and marketing. Combined, they have more than 30 years of experience. Burch will develop, communicate and execute strategic plans and initiatives across all areas of the company […]

BioArmor takes office in NCRC

BioArmor, a two-year-old infection control technology company, has leased about 500 square feet in the North Carolina Research Campus in Kannapolis. Sal Toscano launched the company two years ago. Thanks to patents held by Scientific Consultant Mike Bralkowski, the company’s customer base includes government and military agencies, private schools, pharmacies and stores like Bed, Bath […]

Payne elected to Resort Towns association

Concord Assistant City Manager Lloyd Payne was elected to the board of the NC Association of Resort Towns and Convention Cities during the group’s recent meeting in Raleigh. The association, which is affiliated with the NC League of Municipalities, seeks to unite the resources of resort towns and convention cities across the state.

Mooresville Chamber luncheon features John J. Mack

Nov. 10. Wall Street luminary and Mooresville native John J. Mack will be the keynote speaker at the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce annual luncheon Jan. 24. Mack is the former CEO of Morgan Stanley and a Wall Street legend who was played by Tony Shalhoub in “Too Big to Fail” on HBO. Mack began […]

Habitat’s Zablotny retiring; Katie Page promoted

Oct. 31. Katie Page will take over the top job at Habitat for Humanity of Cabarrus after the retirement of Executive Director Dave Zablotny in April of next year. Zablotny  will remain in an advisory role until June 30. Under his leadership since July of 2011, the organization paid off $1 million interest bearing debt  and […]

Sherrill joins Mooresville Realty

Jamie Sherrill has joined Mooresville Realty which is expanding its presence in the Lake Norman and Catawba Valley markets. Born and raised in Sherrills Ford, was the marketing and event coordinator for Jetton Village III, as well as a PARC commissioner for the town of Cornelius.


Kandi Deitemeyer chosen to lead CPCC

Sept. 16. Central Piedmont Community College has selected Kandi Deitemeyer as its fourth president. She replaces Tony Zeiss, who led the school for 24 years. Deitemeyer is the current president of College of The Albemarle based in Elizabeth City. She was one of approximately 40 people from around the country who applied to become CPCC’s […]

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