In an effort to define social capital and show the profound effects it has on our community, we’re introducing a new series of podcasts called “Who Built Me.”
We’ve asked several prominent Charlotteans to talk about the people that helped shape them into who they are today.
First up is Toni Freeman. In a long career filled with leadership positions at the Arts & Science Council, Mint Museum, MeckEd, Duke Endowment, Junior League, Women’s Impact Fund and more, Toni knows what it means to give and receive guidance. Her mentor was a math teacher named Sister Edith Feltner who helped Toni achieve her full potential.
Press play to hear Toni’s “Who Built Me” story. What’s yours?
The Who Built Me Series is sponsored by the Foundation For The Carolinas.
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