After leaving behind a banking job in Charlotte, Brantley Craft has returned to Greensboro living as a UNCG MPA graduate student. He is enjoying being back in this place he so admires for its diversity in people, in thought and in activities and is looking forward to seeing how he can grow right here in Greensboro.
Brandi Nicole Johnson made her return from the Triangle to Greensboro as DoorDash’s Director of Global Learning and Development. She’s glad to be home in a place where it is so easy to connect with people, navigate the city and travel quickly and efficiently. Brandi thinks of Greensboro as an optimal place for growth because Greensboro provides affordable opportunities to grow your company, education and career.
Anne and Charlie Pace are freshly back in Greensboro from Charlotte. With their children, Peter and Emma, in mind, they knew they’d need to find a place better suited for their growing family - which landed them here again.
Afika Nxumalo has returned to the place where he was born and raised. After years of performing in Greensboro-based hip-hop septet, The Urban Sophisticates, he spent over a decade away in London and Brooklyn launching his solo music career. He’s since made his return home and looks forward to plugging his big city experience into his hometown’s blossoming creative class. Earlier this year, his song, “Chosen,” was featured in a movie trailer for the Warner Bros. Studio film, Judas and the Black Messiah.
Barry Johnson and Ashleigh Greene could have met as high schoolers in Greensboro, but they went to different schools, had different friends and followed different paths. After graduating from Wake Forest and living in Virginia Beach, Ashleigh briefly moved back. And that is when they met… and made an instant connection.
Phillip Ray boomeranged back from West Palm Beach Florida this summer with his wife, Leslie and two children. They are both working remotely and enjoying exploring all the development downtown.
Liddy and Grainger Stewart are relocating back to Greensboro this summer from Hillsborough. They met through First Presbyterian Church's youth group before attending UNC and NC State. After years away in Montana and the Triangle, they are excited to m
Kevin and Kerry Andrews are excited to be back in Greensboro after years away in Pinehurst, NC. They are excited to be starting a new chapter in Greensboro and experiencing the city as empty nesters!
Cathy Casey grew up in Chapel Hill and moved to Greensboro to attend UNCG. After graduation, Cathy moved to New York to pursue a career in event planning, followed by time in Los Angeles. Cathy returned to Greensboro this April to be closer to friends and family.
Kristin McLaughlin and her family are relocating to Greensboro from Nashville this summer. Kristin will be returning to the classroom as an educator. Kristin said, “You made things happen for me that I never expected. We feel connected already and it’s been a huge blessing, so thank you!”