NETWORKING 2019 ANNUAL MEETING
P H O T O G R A P H Y BY K E N H U T H The Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce held its largest convening of business and industry leaders of the year at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention Center in February. The 113th Annual Meeting featured accomplishments of the Chamber during the previous year, the presentation of the Civic Honor Award to former Rep. Henry Mickey Michaux, presentation of the Bull City Hall of Fame Award to the late Dr. Phail Wynn Jr., a keynote address from Governor Roy Cooper and the passing of the gavel from outgoing board chair Indira Everett, Duke Energy district manager, to incoming chair Caroline Welch, president of ABC-11 Eyewitness News.
1 The Durham Magazine staff with our February/March issue, which was distributed at the meeting: Vice President Ellen Shannon, COO Rory Kelly Gillis, Executive Managing Editor Amanda MacLaren, Account Executive Lauren Phillips and Special Projects Manager Wendy Smith. 2 Lou Rollins, recently retired from The Duke Office of Durham and Regional Affairs, and Melissa Chappell, Durham Tech Foundation executive director. 3 ABC-11 Eyewitness News Co-Anchor Tisha Powell, who presented the Civic Honor Award to Henry Mickey Michaux. 4 Peggy Wynn receives the Bull City Hall of Fame Award in honor of her late husband, Dr. Phail Wynn Jr., from Duke University President Dr. Vincent Price. 5 Amos Cooper of Bull City Butler LLC and Ryan Dubose of IBM. 6 Outgoing Chamber board chair Indira Everett, Duke Energy district manager, and incoming chair Caroline Welch, president of ABC-11 Eyewitness News.
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