New SEANC director Mitch Leonard talks about his position at the law offices of Blanchard Miller Lewis in Raleigh on April 17, 2015. He replaced Dana Cope, who resigned under accusations of mishandling organization money.
New SEANC director Mitch Leonard talks about his position at the law offices of Blanchard Miller Lewis in Raleigh on April 17, 2015. He replaced Dana Cope, who resigned under accusations of mishandling organization money. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
New SEANC director Mitch Leonard talks about his position at the law offices of Blanchard Miller Lewis in Raleigh on April 17, 2015. He replaced Dana Cope, who resigned under accusations of mishandling organization money. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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