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NCCU School of Business Adds New Members to Visitors Board


D. Keith Pigues, dean of the School of Business at North Carolina Central University, has announced the addition of 12 members to the school’s Board of Visitors. Composed of representatives from a broad spectrum of the business and nonprofit world, the board provides strategic advice to the dean in accomplishing the school’s mission.

The new members are:

  • Lorena Clark, managing partner, Pinnacle Leadership Consulting, Chapel Hill
  • Geoff Sinn, principal cloud consultant, Dimension Data Corp., Raleigh
  • Larry Yon, chief strategy officer, B&C International, High Point
  • Marcus Phillips, strategic marketing manager, Pentair Aquatic Systems, Sanford
  • Jay Vadakkeveedu, senior vice president, BB&T, Raleigh
  • David Bass, managing partner, Arena Capital Advisors, Raleigh
  • Anuj Mittal, principal and founding member, MJM Group, Raleigh
  • Charles L. Curry Jr., executive vice president, Piedmont Investors, Durham
  • James Rosen, Intersouth Partners, Durham
  • Craig Matthews, chief thinkologist, Big Think
  • Charles Dunlap, sales and marketing director, Sealed Air Corp., Duncan, S.C.
  • Ruth Peebles, president, The INS Group, Raleigh    

“We are pleased with the continued interest and support of key business leaders as we build a world-class business school,” Pigues said. “Each new member of the board brings significant expertise and a commitment to our mission of producing students equipped for immediate and long-term success in the marketplace.”  

Published: Monday, February 25, 2013
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