Erskine Bowles has held a lot of titles during his public- and private-sector career: investment banker, White House chief of staff, political candidate, president of the University of North Carolina system and board member. And at age 70, the longtime Charlotte resident is still juggling multiple roles. Amid his busy travel schedule, Bowles will be in Charlotte Tuesday to receive the Citizen of the Carolinas award at the Charlotte Chamber's annual meeting.
Erskine Bowles has held a lot of titles during his public- and private-sector career: investment banker, White House chief of staff, political candidate, president of the University of North Carolina system and board member. And at age 70, the longtime Charlotte resident is still juggling multiple roles. Amid his busy travel schedule, Bowles will be in Charlotte Tuesday to receive the Citizen of the Carolinas award at the Charlotte Chamber's annual meeting. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Erskine Bowles has held a lot of titles during his public- and private-sector career: investment banker, White House chief of staff, political candidate, president of the University of North Carolina system and board member. And at age 70, the longtime Charlotte resident is still juggling multiple roles. Amid his busy travel schedule, Bowles will be in Charlotte Tuesday to receive the Citizen of the Carolinas award at the Charlotte Chamber's annual meeting. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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