Big Brothers Big Sisters Services, Winston-Salem, named Ken Moser, Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice, its new board chair, and community volunteer Karen Nard first vice chair; also named seven new board members — Skip Brown, TriStone Community Bank; Margaret Currie-Coyoy, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center; Ben Hough, Hatteras Financial; Morris Morrison, Pfizer; Sharon Pratt, HanesBrands; Lisa Snowden, Piedmont Federal Savings Bank; and Traci Welch, Wachovia.
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