Jeanie Duncan, president and CEO, United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro, resigned, effective Nov. 30. In 12 year with council, including six as director of development and six as CEO, Duncan doubled United Arts Fund to high of $1.62 million in 2008; raised private funds to eliminate cumulative $300,000 deficit; and established endowment, raising over $200,000 with matching grant from Cemala Foundation.
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