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Jennifer Miles CBJ Business Achievement Winner

Savannah Durban • 2/5/2020
Congratulations Jennifer Miles, Charlotte Business Journal's 2020 Women in Business Achievement Winner.

Jennifer Miles CBJ Women in Business

Jennifer Miles, Transition and Transformation Program Lead, has been named a 2020 Women in Business Achievement Winner by the Charlotte Business Journal. She will be recognized at the awards program on February 24.

“The women recognized in this program are in a variety of professions — from banking to brewing craft beer and from media to motorsports. But each has made significant contributions to her company, industry and community over the past year,” said Jen Wilson, associate editor of the Charlotte Business Journal.

Jennifer joined the Cassidy Turley team in December 2014. She is an experienced director with extensive global, leadership and management experience with four Fortune 500 companies. Her strong transition, sourcing, vendor management and process improvement experience is complemented by eight years of decorated military service and five years of management consulting. Please join us in congratulating Jennifer on this achievement!

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