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Ms. Roden and Mr. Kelly's presentation focused on the importance of pre-planning by establishing an estate plan and making final arrangements. Pre-planning can alleviate stress, anxiety, and tension for your loved ones.

The event was co-hosted by the New Hanover County Bar Association and the New Hanover-Pender County Medical Society.

Dreams, a national award-winning nonprofit organization, is dedicated to creating  a culture of confidence in local youth development through the arts by providing free programming in the areas of  literary, visual, multimedia and performing arts.  Ashley will serve as Chair for the “Over the Edge” event to be held November 18-19 at the Blockade Runner at Wrightsville Beach

This annual event provides the Chamber of Commerce and its members the opportunity to talk with elected officials from New Hanover County, the City of Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, and Kure Beach as well as US and State Senators and Representatives in an informal setting.

Noel Fox was selected as Wilma Magazine’s Woman to Watch for 2015 in the Business category.  The awards ceremony was held October 23 at CFCC's Union Station.  A panel of judges chose the winners in seven categories as well as 35 finalists out of nearly 300 nominations submitted for women excelling in their fields and poised to have a leadership impact in the area during the coming years.

Ms. Fox thanked the  family members and friends she has looked to in her career:

"I come from a family of very strong-willed women and each of them has provided guidance and served as a role model throughout my life."

"I would like to thank Katherine Cammack and all of the people I work with for their support and encouragement."

Follow the link below to read Wilma Magazine’s interview with Noel Fox:

Jennifer Marshall Roden co-presented with Hugh M. Lee, Teaching Associate Professor of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Studies at the Brody School of Medicine of East Carolina University on the topic of “Foreclosures and the Elderly Homeowner—2015 Update.” The National Aging and Law Conference (“NALC”) presented by the American Bar Association provided those who attended the opportunity to hear presentations from working with third parties like agents, guardians and surrogates, to implementing supported decision-making strategies in their law office. This year’s conference was sponsored by the Borchard Foundation Center on Law and Aging. Ms. Roden, a former Borchard Fellow from 2012-2013 had the opportunity to network with other former and current Borchard Fellows who attended the conference. 

The AIB Board Seminar brought together board members of homeowners associations in the Carolina Beach area to discuss issues pertaining to HOA management.  Mrs. Braudway and Mr. Freedland gave a presentation on architectural restrictions in planned communities, which focused on the rules and procedures architectural committees must follow, the appointment process for architectural committees, enforcement options for architectural violations and best practices for architectural committees.  After the presentation, Mrs. Braudway and Mr. Freedland answered questions from the audience.

The event featured presentations and a forum on economic activity and forecasts for the region and the nation.  This year, the event focused on the prospects and challenges for some of the most prominent companies in the Wilmington region.  The conference took place at the Burney Center on UNC-Wilmington’s Campus, and featured as panelists Dr. Jose Sartarelli, Chancellor of UNCW; Jay Wileman, Senior Vice President and COO of GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy;  and David Simmons, Chairman and CEO of PPD.  Dr. Thomas Simpson, PhD gave a presentation on the nation’s economic outlook, including his interpretation of the country’s employment gains, rising home values, decreased consumer caution, and areas of concern including subdued business fixed investments.  Dr. Adam Jones, PhD gave a presentation on the region’s economic outlook, focusing on the positives (improving labor market, increasing retail sales and increasing home sales, among others), and the negatives (external sector slowing, lower trading partner grown forecasts and certain public policy changes). The topics discussed in the conference are relevant to all Wilmington residents, but they are of special concern to business owners, investors, and those who work with businesses and real property owners, including real estate and business attorneys.


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