Kim McMillan: Formally head of the department of Public Information for the City of Charlotte, recently left Moore and Van Allen for a new adventure. She is currently VP of Marketing and Communications Charlotte Regional Realtors Association.
Tim Newman has a new adventure too. He recently departed ways with Daniel Levine where he headed up asset management. He is developing a program called Adult Spectrum Transition, which will develop paths towards an independent life for South Carolina special needs adults over the age of 21. They will provide vocational training as well as job placement, transportation and housing, It will be based in Rock Hill and open for business in January. Tim has two 21 year old autistic boys and if anyone has the heart and know how about special needs adults, it is Tim. I see this as a tremendous success for Tim and a valuable ministry .
Black Political Caucus made their endorsements for the General Election after the Mayoral City Council debate which took place on October 5. Their plans for the upcoming election November 7 is to mail to all A and B voters in the African American households in the city, distribute flyers, mail to ministers, run radio spots, and conduct an aggressive social media campaign. Their estimated budget for all that is $14, 750. Only Democrats were endorsed with the exception of Republican Tariq Bakhari who in running for City Council District 6 against a Democrat and a Librarian.
Tricia Cotham, former NC House representative has joined Mc Guire Woods consulting.