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A “responsibility” to get involved - Alumni Profiles
December 2009 Issue
Robert Stolz had been in Charlotte just a couple of weeks when a group of older men from the business community came to visit him. They handed him a list of organizations—the state Democratic party, the state Chamber of Commerce, Leadership North Carolina—and suggested he get involved with them. Stolz (AB ’85) told them thanks, he’d look into it. That wasn’t good enough apparently so they made the message clearer. “If you live here and do business here you don’t just live here and do business here,” Stolz says he was told. “You have a responsibility to get involved.” Since then he has been very involved. Currently chairman of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Stolz also has served as chair of the State Economic Development Board and the board of directors for the N.C. Department of Commerce. He also is a member of the board of directors of Novant Healthcare and Charlotte Country Day School. Meanwhile he’s helped grow a …
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