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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Welcomes Willis Whitley As New Business Development Manager

Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Welcomes Willis Whitley As New Business Development Manager


October 27, 2016

Charlotte, N.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Willis Whitley to the firm’s business development management team. Based in the Charlotte office, Whitley will work closely with the marketing and business development department manager, chair of the marketing committee and practice groups to plan and expand the firm’s strategic business development efforts.

“We are excited to welcome Willis to our business development team,” said Beth Griffin, head of business development and marketing for Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP. “As an experienced legal business development and marketing professional, he is a fantastic addition to our client-focused efforts and we’re looking forward to him delivering exciting results in his new role.”

Previously, Whitley served as the business development lead for the environmental, land use and natural resource practice group at another law firm. The depth of his work focused on facilitating group strategic marketing planning and implementation.

He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2004 with a bachelor’s of science and earned his masters of business administration in 2015 from the University of Mississippi.

For more information, contact:
Lynn-D Gunter lynndg@hughes-agency.com
864.271.0718

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