CPN of North Carolina elects 2015 officers and directors

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Tori Small CPN of NC

CPN of NC recently elected the 2015 officers and directors at its annual convention in Williamsburg, VA.

They are:

President: Tori Small: Westcott, Small & Associates, PLLC, Greensboro, NC

President-elect: Jody Efird- ESPA Architects & Planners, Greensboro, NC

Treasurer: Eric Wisco – Eric Wisco, CPA, Greensboro, NC

Secretary: Chuck Cardwell, SKA Consulting Engineers, Inc., Charlotte, NC

Legal Counsel: Robert W. Saunders, Brooks Pierce, Greensboro, NC

Directors: Jeanine Bachtel, University of NC Charlotte, Clwrlotte, NC; Sun Brea, ECS Carolinas, LLP, Greensboro, NC; William Cockerham, W. C. Construction Company, LLC, Winston-Salem, NC; Robert Coon, Scott Insurance, Winston-Salem, NC; Mark Davis, Triad Design Group, Greensboro, NC; Karen Kontoulas, Kimball Office, Winston-Salem, NC; Ron Leeper, R. J. Leeper Construction Co., Clwrlotte, NC; James Mitchell, Smith Leonard PLLC, High Point, NC; Fred Patrick, University of NC- Greensboro, Greensboro, NC; Andy Penry, Penry Riemann PLLC, Raleigh, NC; Gary Rogers, D.H. Griffin Construction Company, LLC, Greensboro, NC; andErik Rosenwood, Hamilton Stephens Steel & Martin, PLLC, Charlotte, NC

The CPN board of directors also serves as the board of directors for the CPN Institute with the following inclusions:

CPN Institute Officers for 2015:

Chair: Jim Schenck, Conner Gwyn Schenck PLLC, Raleigh, NC

Vice-chair: Arty Bolick, Brooks Pierce, Greensboro, NC

Secretary: Janet Brooks, Clark Nexsen, Charlotte, NC

CPN of North Carolina, Inc. is a statewide, non-profit organization of business and professional leaders who are involved with design, construction and related services. CPN was created to facilitate and encourage the association of outstanding professionals, executives, business owners and public officials related to the construction industry as a network of individuals who are a trusted source for information, advice and services, and who enhance opportunities for improving business.

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