Ben Greenberg is an Associate at Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP. He also serves on the Executive Committee of Highlands Circle, a network of passionate young professionals looking to change the odds for families and Buncombe County communities through positive, lasting change. We get to know him a little better in this month's HC Spotlight.
What is the last movie you watched? How to Die in Oregon, a documentary on the Death with Dignity Act.
What is the last song you listened to? "Paint it Black" by The Rolling Stones.
What is your biggest accomplishment? Meeting and marrying my lovely wife, Beth.
If you could give one piece of advice to a large group of people, what would it be? Take the long view.
Why do you LIVE UNITED? I LIVE UNITED because like the advice above recommends, my involvement with the United Way allows me to invest in my community to have an impact larger than I would be able to achieve if I was acting alone.
Why did you get involved with Highlands Circle? I was new to the community and wanted an easy way to get plugged in for philanthropy and networking with other likeminded folks.
What is your favorite quote or motto? I am still working on that.
Each month, we shine a spotlight on a member of Highlands Circle, a group for leaders in their 20s and 30s. If you are interested in being highlighted, please contact Kristina.Dionne@UnitedWayABC.org or call (828) 239-1049.
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