Althea Aycock is a Manager with Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP. She is married and has two children. She's also a member of Women's Leadership Council, a network of passionate and influential women focused on supporting the Middle School Success initiative. We get to know her a little better in this month's WLC Spotlight.
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Julie Smith is a Residential Broker Associate with Beverly-Hanks & Associates, REALTORS. She is married and has three children who she wants to make certain are able to live an amazing life in Asheville. When she's not volunteering with United Way, she's at a music festival, camping along the French Broad, at a baseball game or just creating an adventure.
Renee was born and raised in the Asheville area and has always lived in Buncombe County, spending nearly 30 years in Swannanoa. She now lives in Leicester with her husband, Steve. She has a son, two stepdaughters and five grandchildren who all live in the area. She has worked at Padgett & Freeman Architects for 15 years and prior to that, Renee was with Beacon Manufacturing for 11 years.
Kay Manley was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. She has been an educator for most of her career, working with preschoolers to adults, and retired from A-B Tech after 20 years of service. She sees herself as a life-long learner and currently takes classes in Spanish, genealogy and photography. She loves to travel both in the United States and internationally and particularly enjoys visiting family in Florida and throughout the southeast. Kay enjoys reading and spending time outdoors and a variety of volunteer activities in Asheville.
Lucy Rountree was born in Cullowhee and spent a lot of time in Asheville while growing up. She went to college at Auburn University, but after spending her summers out west, she missed the mountains and decided to transfer to the University of North Carolina Asheville. Lucy graduated in 2009 and started her career as a food rep with Sysco Foods in Atlanta. In 2013, Lucy returned to Asheville and began work at Galaxy Digital.
Annie Burton is Executive Director of School and Community Engagement at the University of North Carolina Asheville. She's also a member of Women's Leadership Council, a network of passionate and influential women focused on supporting the Middle School Success initiative. We get to know her a little better in this month's WLC Spotlight.