UnCategorized Alice C. Stubbs is a partner in the firm. She joined Tharrington Smith in 2006 after .pleting eight years as a Wake County District Court judge. First appointed in 1997 by Governor Jim Hunt, she was elected to the judgeship in 1998 and 2002. During her time on the bench, Ms. Stubbs presided in domestic court; was certified as a juvenile judge in 2001; and was designated as a family court judge from 2002 through 2005. Ms. Stubbs is a native of New Bern. She graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts in 1985, from Davidson College in 1989 with a major in economics, attended University College in London, and received her law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1992. She then clerked for Chief Judge James B. Wolfe, Jr., of the United States Bankruptcy Court in the Middle District of North Carolina, followed by a litigation practice with Stubbs and Perdue, P.A.Long active in bar association activities, Ms. Stubbs has served on the Board of Directors for the Wake County Bar Association. In 2008, she served as the vice chairman of the Continuing Legal Education .mittee for the Wake County Bar Association. She is a member of the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. She has served on the Litigation Section Council of the North Carolina Bar Association, the Board of Directors of Meredith College’s Paralegal School, the Board of Directors of the Carolina Ballet, and the Women’s Executive Mentoring Coalition. She is a North Carolina State Bar certified specialist in Family Law,a certified mediator in family financial cases, and was appointed by Governor Mike Easley to serve on the North Carolina Ethics .mission, effective October 2006. She was reappointed to the Ethics .mission by Governor Perdue in January of 2010. She was recently recognized by Business North Carolina magazine as one of the "Legal Elite" family law attorneys in North Carolina. Ms. Stubbs is married to Tex Barrow and has two young sons. She is a runner and a good tennis player. Adrian Stubbs is Georgia-Pacific Manager, Data Center Operations Management. Headquartered at Atlanta, georgia-Pacific is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and distributors of tissue, packaging, paper, building products, pulp and related chemicals. With annual sales of more than $25 billion, the .pany employs approximately 71,000 people at 600 locations in North America and Europe. Its familiar consumer tissue brands include Quilted Northern(R), Angel Soft(R), Brawny(R), Sparkle(R), Soft ‘n Gentle(R), Mardi Gras(R), So- Dri(R), Green Forest(R) and Vanity Fair(R), as well as the Dixie(R)brand of disposable cups, plates and cutlery. Georgia-Pacific’s building products distribution segment has long been among the nation’s leading wholesale suppliers of building products to lumber and building materials dealers and large do-it-yourself warehouse retailers. In addition, Georgia-Pacific’s Unisource Worldwide subsidiary is one of the largest distributors of packaging systems, printing and imaging papers and maintenance supplies in North America. Adrian Stubbs strongly believes," They also serve their customers who only stand and wait for the customers to .e in" Mr. Wade Stubblefield has over 20 years of finance and accounting experience. He began his career in public accounting at Arthur Anderson and has subsequently held controllership and other senior finance positions in .panies ranging in size from small-cap oil and gas exploration and production .panies to multi-billion dollar NYSE-listed enterprises. Bill Wiseman, chairman and CEO of Bonanza Oil and Gas, said: Wade brings a broad-based perspective to our financial operations and has the requisite experience and technicality to not only assist us as we execute on our near-term business plan, but is equipped to handle our growing finance and accounting needs as we rapidly grow our business. Wade Stubblefield strongly believes," Listen for silence. Be patient and attentive" About the Author: 相关的主题文章: