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(l–r) Neil Cooksey ’83, Mecklenburg County Commissioner; Dan Clodfelter ’72, N.C. State Senator; Warren Cooksey ’92, Charlotte City Councilman (seated); Dan Murrey ’87, Mecklenburg County Commissioner; Liz Clasen-Kelly ’00, Associate Executive Director of the Urban Ministry; Dean Jones ’82, YMCA of Greater Charlotte Senior Vice President of Financial Development; Kirsten Sikkelee ’90, YWCA Central Carolinas Chief Executive Officer; and Davidson trustees Kristin Hills Bradberry ’85, Arts & Science Council Private Endowment Director and Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx ’93 (Photo: Chris Edwards)

Davidson alumni are making a difference in communities large and small across the globe. Some take the lead closer to alma mater. Nine local leaders in government, nonprofits, and the arts found time in their busy schedules to gather on the terrace of Charlotte’s new jewel box, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, part of the Levine Center for the Arts, which was made possible through a partnership of private and public funding.

— Meg Kimmel

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Mecklenburg County Commissioner Neil Cooksey, Class of 1983

N.C. State Senator Daniel G. Clodfelter, Class of 1972

City Council Member Warren Cooksey, Class of 1992

Mecklenburg County Commissioner Dan Murrey, Class of 1987

Assoc. Exec. Director of the Urban Ministry Center Liz Clasen-Kelly, Class of 2000

YMCA of Greater Charlotte Senior Vice President of Financial Development Dean Jones, Class of 1982

YWCA Central Carolinas Chief Executive Officer Kirsten Sikkelee, Class of 1990

Mayor Anthony Foxx, Class of 1993

Arts & Science Council Private Endowment Director Kristin Hills Bradberry, Class of 1985

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

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