01.31.12: News about people, groups

Clarenda Stanley, former major-gifts officer, North Carolina Central University, Durham, named director of development and communications, Lucy Daniels Center, Cary.

Chris Meade retired as executive director, NPower Charlotte Region; now developing toy company through Catapult InfoSolutions, consulting firm where he is managing partner.

Susan Shore Schwartz, executive director, Cemala Foundation, Greensboro, received O. Henry Award from United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro in partnership with Greensboro Partnership for lifelong achievement and commitment to arts and culture in Greensboro.

Edwin Jeffords, director of web and social media applications, United Way of the Greater Triangle, Research Triangle Park, named vice president of information technology.

Roxana Ross named assistant director of marketing and public affairs, Methodist University, Fayetteville.

Feb. 17 is deadline for submitting nominations to Triangle Business Journal, Raleigh, for “A Better World Awards” recognizing corporate philanthropy in categories of small, medium and large companies.

Cone Health Cancer Center, Greensboro, completed $15 million expansion and renovation on campus of Wesley Long Hospital, including 73 pieces of original art created by 26 North Carolina artists.

Hospice of Wake County has become national partner of We Honor Veterans, campaign developed by National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in collaboration with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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