Ballantyne Magazine

FALL 2017

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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Northwood Makes Promotions and Hires Northwood Office has hired Brooke Krzyston as senior property accounting manager. Danielle Lazzarini and April Lanning have joined Northwood Office as property assistants. Garrett Merck has been promoted to executive chef at The Ballantyne. Most recently, he served as executive sous chef. Ken Harris Authors Novel Attorney and businessman Ken Harris, a resident of Ballantyne, has released his debut novel, "Dark Trades." Set in 2018, the book imagines an alternate United States where slavery still reigns following a South win over the Union in the Civil War. Warren Publishing published the book. Info or to buy: or Photos courtesy of Northwood Office Brooke Krzyston Danielle Lazzarini April Lanning Garrett Merck Kimberly Mohns Roberts Robert Bailey Ken Harris Career Close-up Kudos and opportunities Nwasike Named to Commission Victoria Nwasike — president and CEO of Goldencrest Global in Ballantyne and a "Faces" selection in this magazine's summer 2017 issue — was appointed in June by Charlotte City Council to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission for a three-year term. The planning commission is responsible for guiding growth and development for the city and unincorporated areas of Mecklenburg County. Contact her at Remi Names Technology Chief Remi, a national provider of management programs for equip- ment maintenance, has appointed Robert Bailey as chief tech- nology officer, a new position for the Ballantyne-based business. Bailey will provide overall leadership and direct the company's technology efforts. He joins Remi with more than 20 years of experience in the technology field, most recently as director of software engineering at Red Ventures. Roberts Publishes Children's Book Ballantyne resident Kimberly Mohns Roberts has authored "Just Perfect," an illustrated children's book that promotes a positive self-image through the story of a young bal- lerina. Five percent of profits benefit local charities, including the American Founda- tion for Suicide Prevention, Girls on the Run Charlotte and YMCA of Greater Charlotte. Order through BALLANTYNE FALL 2017 20 Wire

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