Raleigh, NC – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Nana Asante-Smith has joined the board of directors for Duke Triangle, which is one of the largest and most active chapters in the Duke University alumni network.
Duke Triangle serves nearly 25,000 Duke alumni. Its primary focus is to engage, connect, and celebrate alumni living or working in Durham, Orange, and Wake counties. Nana was invited to join the board by the Duke Triangle Nominating Committee. She graduated from Duke University in 2012.
Nana is committed to serving her community and her fellow attorneys, including as president of the George H. White Bar (Durham County’s Black bar association). She is also the former chair of the Durham Mayor's Council for Women and the former president of the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers.
At Parker Poe, Nana concentrates her practice on business litigation, internal investigations, and allegations of sex discrimination at colleges and universities. She has represented clients in industries such as financial services, health care, manufacturing, and education.
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