Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Kappler’

Smedes York, CEO, York Properties

Posted on: December 18th, 2017 by Allison Andrews

Panelists Jonathan Kappler, Executive Director, NC FreeEnterprise Foundation, and Carl Blackstone, President and CEO, Columbia Chamber of Commerce discuss the fallout from municipal elections and the implications for 2018. Then Raleigh developer Smedes York discusses the Achilles heel of the real estate industry, Research Triangle Park, and the rise of the urban core.

NC Secretary of Commerce John Skvarla

Posted on: July 11th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

Special Guest John Skvarla joins panelists Jonathan Kappler, Director of State Government Relations for the UNC System and Bill Mahoney, CEO, SCRA to discuss trends, opportunities and threats to the regions economic development.

NC Representative and Speaker of the House Tim Moore

Posted on: April 19th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

Panelists Jonathan Kappler, Director of State Government Relations for the UNC System and Karen M. Kedrowski, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Winthrop University talk about bipartisanship, reform and economic development.

Political Urbanization

Posted on: August 26th, 2011 by admin

The once-a-decade cycle of the redrawing of voting districts is upon us, along with the normal accusations of partisan politics and back room deals made in the interest of self-preservation. But with the advent of high-tech mapping software and a significant population shift from rural communities to urban centers, this year’s Redistricting may have significant implications for the Carolinas in future elections. Joining us for this discussion is Ferrel Guillory at the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Jonathan Kappler of the NC FreeEnterprise Foundation and Louis Gossett of the SC Manufacturers Association

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