White was supposed to graduate from JCSU and go on to medical school. But, a chance meeting at Discovery Place re-directed her to become its Chief Learning Officer.
Up close with Tifferney White, leading lady of education at Discovery Place
Ben Baxter named CIAA assistant commissioner for strategic communications
Baxter brings conference-level communications experience to the role, having spent three years with the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Up close with Chief Telisa White, Mecklenburg sheriff office’s first chief of detention
QCityMetro spoke to the sheriff office’s first Chief of Detention Telisa White about her career, her role in strengthening community relations and more.
Community rallies behind West Charlotte basketball team despite controversies
A last-minute venue change, followed by a player suspension, increased attention to the regional semifinal basketball game between West Charlotte HS and Ardrey Kell HS.
Former Carolina Panthers awarded NFL grants for their foundation work
Steve Smith and Charles Tillman among former NFL players recently awarded funds to further work of their nonprofit organizations.
Rapper Fabolous hosts inaugural Power of Influence brunch, brainchild of Charlotte-based entrepreneurs
During this year’s CIAA tournament weekend, local entrepreneurs Kevin “Chef Kev” Winston and Antwoin “Twoin B” Bryant curated an experience […]
CIAA Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams is Black history and women’s history rolled into one
Qcitymetro managing editor Katrina Louis talks with the CIAA commissioner about Bennett College, the importance of HBCUs and why her representation matters.
Local culinary favorite, Chef Greg Collier, nominated for James Beard Award
Greg Collier, owner of The Yolk cafe and executive chef at Loft & Cellar, is the first black chef from Charlotte to earn a James Beard Award nomination.
2019 CIAA Basketball Tournament Journal: Nepherterra Estrada Best, JCSU alum
Follow this Johnson C. Smith University alum during the 2019 CIAA basketball tournament week.
Hornets executive succeeds in business, but helping youth on and off the court brings greater success
Beyond his role as a leader for Charlotte’s NBA franchise, Fred Whitfield has spent nearly 40 years ensuring that youth have skills on and off the court.