Personally Involved in my Community
As a firm believer in giving back to the community and to those organizations that serve others, it’s been my pleasure to serve and support a variety of wonderful non-profit organizations. Here are a few in which I’m currently involved.
Involved in the Community: The YMCA of the Triangle. The YMCA's mission has always been to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. For nearly 160 years, the YMCA of the Triangle has strengthened the...read more
Involved in Education: Teach for America of Eastern North Carolina. From Teach for America's website: If you travel through the 13 counties that make up the Eastern North Carolina region, you’ll see abandoned mills and factories, relics of the industries that...read more
Involved in the Community: Rotary Club of Durham. A big part of being connected to downtown, is participating in civic organizations like The Downtown Durham Rotary Club, where I enjoyed working alongside other business leaders. The Club was organized in November 1915...read more
Giving Back - Academics: Asheville School. Arthur credits his rigorous academic experience while attending the Asheville School, with its focus on the core values of perseverance, integrity, respect and compassion, with turning his academic life around and helping him...read more
Involved in the Arts: American Dance Festival. Proud to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Dance Festival. ADF's studio and offices are housed in one of Eno Ventures' buildings located at 721 Broad St., Durham North Carolina. Photo Credit: American Dance...read more
Involved in the Arts: Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. The Nasher Museum is celebrating its first decade as a major center for the arts on Duke University’s campus and in the surrounding Research Triangle area. The museum organizes and presents leading-edge...read more