July 27: Poe Center, Teach for America, Opera Carolina, and more

Ann Rollins, interim executive director, Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education, Raleigh, and former medical technologist, WakeMed, named executive director.

Robyn Schryer Fehrman, community program officer, Triangle Community Foundation, named executive director, Eastern North Carolina region, Teach for America.

Opera Carolina, Charlotte, reported increase in net assets of $408,718 on preliminary unaudited financial statement for fiscal 2011, representing 14.5 percent of estimated total annual income of $2.83 million. Opera Carolina elected Georgette Dixon, Wells Fargo, as board chair, and Steve Hershfield, Time Warner Cable, as vice chair.

North Carolina Housing Foundation and The Ten-Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness/United Way of Forsyth County kicking off construction of Veterans Helping Veterans Heal project, 30-unit transitional housing program in northeast Winston-Salem for disabled homeless veterans.

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