Executive Vice President and Group Head of the Eastern division of Wells Fargo Commercial Banking
Background: Carlos has 40 years of financial services experience. From 2006 until 2009, he was the Wholesale Banking Executive and an executive vice president for the Wachovia General Banking Group, overseeing the Commercial, Business, and Community Banking segments; the Dealer Financial Services business; and the Government, Tax Exempt, and Not-For-Profit Healthcare groups.
Interests/Hobbies: Carlos is the chairman of the board of the Spoleto Festival USA and chairman of the board of the Medical University of South Carolina Foundation. He is also on the board of Queens University. He has previously served as chair of many non-profits including the Winthrop University Foundation, the Winthrop University Real Estate Foundation, United Way of Central Carolinas, Discovery Place, Charlotte Regional Partnership, Charlotte Mecklenburg Education Foundation Board and others.
Charity/Non-profit supporting in addition to NC Dance Theatre: United Way of Central Carolinas
5th Year Company Dancer
North Carolina Dance Theatre
Hometown: Orange, CA
Never miss an episode of: How I Met Your Mother & Modern Family
Favorite movie: Girls Just Want to Have Fun
Favorite music: Ryan Adams, Kings of Leon
Jamie, a California native, received her training at Orange County Regional Ballet. After receiving the California Alliance for Arts Education’s 2000 Emerging Young Artist Award, she joined the American Repertory Ballet in New Jersey where she spent two seasons. Jamie accompanied Nai Ni Chen Dance Company on their 2002 China Tour and has been a guest artist with L.A. Chamber Dance. She danced for seven years with Ballet Met Columbus where she received the 2008 Violetta Boft Award. Some of her favorite roles include Juliet in David Nixon’s Romeo and Juliet
, Odette in Nixon’s Swan Lake
and Daisy in Jimmy Orrante’s world premiere of The Great Gatsby
. She has had the pleasure of dancing works by such choreographers as George Balanchine, Dwight Rhoden, Twyla Tharp and Stanton Welch.