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Oct. 4: United Way, Black Foundation Executives, SECU Family House, and more

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Kellie Cartwright, former teacher, Person High School, Roxboro, and before that housing and prevention manager, Regional HIV/AIDS Consortium, Charlotte, named vice president, community impact, United Way of Greater High Point.


Abena K. Asante, senior program officer, Health Care Division, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, and Lavastian Glenn, program officer, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, both in Winston-Salem, named Connecting Leaders Fellows, Class of 2012, Association of Black Foundation Executives.


SECU Family House at UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, raised a record-high $176,645 at The Home and Away House Party on Sept. 23.

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