WithersRavenel’s Jenny Mizelle ‘is excited to be a part of’ changes in area, says Wilmington Biz
Ever since Jenny Mizelle, CEcD, moved to the Wilmington office, she has been focusing on WithersRavenel’s efforts to become an integral part of the North Carolina port city’s economic growth story. She relocated from the Cary office in 2018 and has continued to support the firm’s business development efforts in the public and private sectors.
Her involvement has also extended to the community level, be it volunteering on behalf of WithersRavenel with Work on Wilmington to paint and landscape at DC Virgo Preparatory Academy or serving as the treasurer of Cape Fear CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) and chairing its steering committee.
A March 13 feature in Wilmington Biz profiled Mizelle’s past and current work in the economic development sector across North Carolina. Both personally and professionally, she has dedicated herself to Wilmington and the changes the area is undergoing. “I just want to become more involved in the community,” she says.
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