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Bruce Named One of Triad’s Most Influential People

Bruce Named One of Triad’s Most Influential People

February 2, 2005

Bruce Named One of Triad’s Most Influential People

GREENSBORO, NC – Carole W. Bruce, a partner at Smith Moore LLP, has been named one of "The Triad’s Most Influential People" by The Triad Business Journal.  The publication cited Ms. Bruce for her leadership in economic development and her advocacy for quality health care in the Triad.

In its first-ever recognition of the most influential people in the area, The Business Journal included people in politics, education and business who have influenced the Triad community as well as the area’s business sector.  Fifty people throughout the Triad were recognized.

Ms. Bruce’s inclusion among the Triad’s most influential people reflects her substantial involvement in efforts to boost Greensboro’s business climate and economic vitality.  She serves as Vice Chair on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of The Greensboro Partnership, formed last year to lead economic development efforts in Greensboro.  She is the 2005 Chair of the Chamber Operating Group of The Greensboro Partnership.  And, as Chair of the Chamber's Board of Directors in 2003-2004, she helped lead efforts by the Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem chambers to work jointly toward economic development in the Triad.  Ms. Bruce is a former Chair of the Board of Trustees of Moses Cone Health System, and currently serves on the N.C. Health and Wellness Trust Fund Commission.  She is a Trustee for North Carolina A&T State University, and serves on the Boards of Directors for several local non-profit foundations.

At Smith Moore, Ms. Bruce’s practice concentrates on business and corporate law, exempt organizations and educational institutions.  In addition, she focuses on individual income tax, estate and inheritance tax and estate administration.

Contact:  Steve Powell
For Smith Moore LLP

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