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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Carole Bruce Selected To Triad

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Carole Bruce Selected To Triad's Most Influential People

December 18, 2014

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney Carole W. Bruce has been included in "The Triad's Most Influential People" list by The Triad Business Journal. The publication cited Bruce for her long history of leadership on behalf of Greensboro's business, health care and education sectors.

The Business Journal recognized individuals in business, education and politics who have influenced the Triad community as well as the area's business sector. Bruce is among one hundred and thirteen people throughout the Triad that were honored.

Bruce's inclusion within this distinguished group reflects her substantial involvement in efforts to enhance Greensboro's business climate and economic vitality. She currently serves in the governing bodies of Union Square Campus, Guilford College, Piedmont Triad Charitable Foundation and the Greensboro Partnership, and in 2014 rejoined the board of Cone Health. In addition, she serves on the board for The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation and The Stanley and Dorothy Frank Foundation.

Bruce earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Auburn University and J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law. She has practiced law for 34 years, and has helped build the firm's formidable legal practice relating to individual income tax, estate administration and other tax planning matters.  Bruce is listed for seven consecutive years (2009 – 2015) as one of The Best Lawyers in America® (Woodward/White, Inc.) for her Trusts and Estates practice.

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