Charlotte, N.C. – Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP is pleased to announce that Charlotte Office Development Partner Brian Cromwell has been elected chair of the board of trustees for Blumenthal Performing Arts. The nonprofit serves the Carolinas as a leading cultural, entertainment, and education provider.
Since 2018, Brian has served on Blumenthal Performing Arts’ board, which includes a diverse group of business, arts, and government leaders. As board chair, Brian will help provide strategic oversight as the nonprofit brings Broadway plays to the Carolinas, manages theaters, inspires kids through student-focused programs, and nurtures artists.
Brian has a deep passion for serving the community. He is commissioner of the N.C. Commission of Indigent Defense Services and a judge and lawyer trainer for Mecklenburg County Teen Court. He is a former board chair of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and United Family Services.
As Parker Poe’s Charlotte Office Development Partner, Brian helps lead the firm’s community visibility and engagement strategy in the Charlotte region. In his legal practice, Brian counsels clients on regulatory enforcement issues, white collar criminal defense, civil litigation, fintech, and internal investigations.
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