Teddy McDaniel named president and CEO of Urban League of Central Carolinas
McDaniel comes to Charlotte after a long career in the financial services industry and leading the Urban League in Austin, Texas, for the past five years.
Teddy McDaniel, who launched his career in the financial services industry, has been named president and CEO of Urban League of Central Carolinas (ULCC), effective Aug. 1.
McDaniel comes to Charlotte after leading the Urban League in Austin, Texas, for the past five years.
Jack Cobb, who chairs the board of directors for the Charlotte-based Urban League, said McDaniel brings to the job “strong relational and managerial skills and a deep sense of commitment to serving both our clients and the larger community.”
McDaniel replaces former President and CEO Patrick Graham, who led ULCC for nine years before leaving last fall to head Charlotte Works, the workforce development board for Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.
McDaniel was selected after a nationwide search, Cobb said.
Prior to joining the Urban League, McDaniel spent 15 years in the financial service industry, concentrating in the franchise business sector. From 2004-2008, he was an assistant vice president for GE Capital, based in Scottsdale, Ariz. He began his career with Chase Manhattan Bank in New York.
He serves on the boards of directors for Austin Revitalization Authority, Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau (Visit Austin) and the University of Texas at Austin’s Diversity Advisory Council. He is vice chair of Austin’s Airport Advisory Commission and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.