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Sarah Newton

  For someone who’s been an architect less than eight years, Sarah Newton has made a big impact on her community. A senior associate with Albert & Associates Architects in Hattiesburg, she is a leader in historic preservation and renovations. Much of her work centers on downtown Hattiesburg projects, including Eureka High School Museum, African-American Military History Museum (old USO ...

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Caroline Kelly

  As vice president of institutional advancement at Jones County Junior College and executive director of the JCJC Foundation, Caroline Kelly said that the door of opportunity has opened for her many times. “The skills I have learned and developed throughout my life have proven a boon in my profession. From the value of learning teamwork through athletics to gaining ...

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Paula Rainey Weaver

  Whether it is volunteering to for Earth Day activities at elementary school in Greenville, or serving as chair of Entergy’s Fossil Diversity & Inclusion Council, Paula Rainey Weaver is known for her personal devotion to the environment and her willingness to spread that interest to others. Weaver, a senior environmental analyst for Entergy Services Inc., wears many hats. Prior ...

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Lance Davis

  Born and raised in central New York, Lance Davis moved to Tuscaloosa, Ala., at the age of 12. He went to high school there, where his passion was baseball. An all-state shortstop, Davis had the opportunity to play junior college baseball but decided against it and instead went to the University of Alabama, where he earned his bachelor of ...

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Riley Nelson

  When Riley Nelson took an accounting class in high school, he really enjoyed it and knew he wanted to make that field his life’s work. Now as a certified public accountant and partner with May & Company in Vicksburg, he can’t imagine doing anything else. He began his career with the firm in 2002 as a staff accountant and ...

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Jones new MBJ ad director

During her under- graduate years at Jackson State University, Tami Jones majored in criminal justice and fully expected to become an attorney. But a funny thing happened on her path to taking the bar examination. "I fell into sales shortly after graduation and I can’t imagine doing anything else," said Jones.  "I’ve never worked a day in a criminal justice ...

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EXPO: All about excellence

After weeks of planning, the Mississippi Business Journal is excited to bring you the 27th Mississippi Business & Technology EXPO. Learn more about EXPO Need more information on EXPO 2010? Click here. The EXPO kicks off bright and early Wednesday morning. Throughout the two-day event, hundreds of exhibitors and our corporate sponsors and partners will visit with thousands of EXPO-goers ...

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Keep up with the MBJ on Twitter

You can now get all of the latest state and national business news from the Mississippi Business Journal through Twitter. It’s the same trusted news the MBJ has been known for for 30 years, just through new and improved technologies. Simply search for “mbjournal” and start following us immediately. We appreciate your readership and are always looking for better ways ...

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Web site approval is appreciated

Thanks. Your approval and acceptance of our new web site is appreciated. Though we know there are dozens of ways to improve it, I must say we’re proud of the inaugural package, believe it better serves the Mississippi business community and have plans to expand it gradually as we seek to add to its value and usefulness to you. Take ...

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