North Carolina is emerging as the place to be in the Southeast, with our business climate, talent pool, job opportunities, and beautiful geography attracting new people to the state every week. But, with growth and popularity come challenges that require strong leadership and sound vision to steer the ship of state and capitalize on momentum. In this conversation, we’ll talk with three of North Carolina’s newly elected state leaders, each making a mark in the arena of ideas. We’ll hear their reflections on their first months in office, challenges and opportunities that are ahead, what it means to be part of a new generation of leadership, and their advice for others who may be eyeing elective office.
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