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Cape Fear Economic Development Council Announces New Directors Revell-Pechar named Chair, Jewell Vice Chair
Wilmington, NC, February 12, 2018 – Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC), the non-profit charged with giving voice to innovative and sustainable economic development for the Cape Fear region, has added five new members to its board of directors.
Ann Revell-Pechar, cofounder of FluentPR, has been named Chair. Carter Jewell, political and marketing consultant, has been named Vice Chair. They join the other two members of the executive team, treasurer Al Sharp and secretary Bonnie Nelson, in thanking past chair Paul Pascarosa for his service to the organization. Pascarosa remains an at-large member of the board.
Three others have also joined the board filling at-large seats, including Adrienne Cox of SEPI Engineering, Clark Henry of CIII Associates, and Devon Scott of Blue Fission Consulting. They are joining the other directors, including William P. Graham, Clark Henry, Bruce Holsten, Scott Ogden, Lloyd Smith, John Wojciechowski.
“Carter and I are excited to help CFEDC in its efforts to assure a positive voice for growth across the Cape Fear region,” said Revell-Pechar. “This area is clearly on a growth trajectory, and it’s an honor to help lead an organization of regional volunteers who want opportunities to soar while we also protect the beauty and vulnerability of all that the Cape Fear brings to us. The community can expect access to a new voice in the economic development conversation.”
About Cape Fear Economic Development Council (CFEDC)
Founded in 2009, the CFEDC brings together community leaders, industry, and the public to foster collaboration, transparency, inspiration and alignment around a shared vision for the growth of the Cape Fear region. Our vision is to foster a thriving community and destination that serves as an exceptional place to live, work, learn, and play. We envision a sustainable and innovative economy that enhances the region’s beauty and cultural resources while meeting the needs of an engaged, creative, informed, and generous people.
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