Nick Black. CEO and Founder, inKind & Stop Soldier Suicide, is the Tar Heel of the Week. He was just named to the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. inKind lets organizations ask for what they need and then matches them with donors who can provide those services or items. He's a former US Army soldier who was deployed in combat zones along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border for more than two years. He is seen at his home in Durham on March 17, 2016. He served as a captain in the 1st 503 Infantry, 173 Airborne, based in Italy.
Nick Black. CEO and Founder, inKind & Stop Soldier Suicide, is the Tar Heel of the Week. He was just named to the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. inKind lets organizations ask for what they need and then matches them with donors who can provide those services or items. He's a former US Army soldier who was deployed in combat zones along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border for more than two years. He is seen at his home in Durham on March 17, 2016. He served as a captain in the 1st 503 Infantry, 173 Airborne, based in Italy. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Nick Black. CEO and Founder, inKind & Stop Soldier Suicide, is the Tar Heel of the Week. He was just named to the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. inKind lets organizations ask for what they need and then matches them with donors who can provide those services or items. He's a former US Army soldier who was deployed in combat zones along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border for more than two years. He is seen at his home in Durham on March 17, 2016. He served as a captain in the 1st 503 Infantry, 173 Airborne, based in Italy. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Tar Heel: Nick Black stirs things up to help charities, veterans

March 19, 2016 10:44 AM