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Linda Loftis dreamed of being a dancer, but after ten years of free-lancing and teaching modern dance, she returned home to work in the family business in Charlotte. Today she is president of Loftis Construction Corp., a company which lays and maintains gas-pipelines for companies including Piedmont Natural Gas Co. Since 1994 the company has doubled in size to 80 employees; revenues in 2000 exceed $5 million.
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30187
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The Duke Energy chief, Lynn Good, is one of twenty female CEOs in the S&P 500 and a member of an even more elite group of women who hold the dual role of CEO and chairman of the board. The Charlotte-based utility serves millions of customers in the Carolinas, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. In an interview, Good discusses lessons learned and how she manages her time.
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36447
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Millennials have proven themselves marketing mavens through their use of web-based promotional tools. Members of NetGen experiencing a business boom through social media and blogging included PR company owner Corri Smith, hairstylist McKenna Bleu, and wedding photographer Brian Schindler.
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36448
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Proving optimistic about the impact girls can make in the world was Carrie Cook. Illustrations of her belief about this impact, if fueled by inspirational and encouraging role models, included her nonprofit organization, EmpowHERment. As for the power of collective efforts toward societal impact, she illustrated that belief through her work with Charlotte’s GreenLight Fund.