Durham Magazine June/July 2022

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NETWORKING BUSINESS AFTER HOURS Photography by Ken Huth The Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce held its first Business After Hours event since the start of the pandemic at Pinnacle Financial Partners on April 19. The networking event gave Chamber members a chance to mingle, have a drink (including margaritas by NuvoTaco) and snack on appetizers from local restaurants such as Parker & Otis, Loaf and more inside the newly renovated Pinnacle space at 280 S. Mangum St., Ste. 140, adjacent to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. 1 Pinnacle SVP Financial Advisor Lisa Long Jackson and Lee & Associates VP Marlene Spritzer. 2 Pinnacle Financial Advisor Leslie Person, N.C. Rep. Vernetta Alston, Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Public Policy Bryan Fox, Durham County Board of Commissioners Chair Brenda Howerton and American Cancer Society Executive Director Rachel Urban. 3 Pacific Western Client Services Supervisor James Hall and Pinnacle Area Manager Natanya Chadwick. 4 Dominion Payroll HCM Consultant Aaron Collins and Pinnacle Financial Specialist Derrick Carpenter.






5 Duke Energy East Region Director Indira Everett, N.C. Sen. Mike Woodard, A+ Test Prep CFO Vince Brown and District C Co-Founder Anne Jones. 6 Pinnacle Senior VP Office Leader Mark Miller and Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Geoff Durham. 7 Realtor Kimberly Williams of Right Time Realty and Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Community Investment Angelique Stallings.






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