Insights: News Releases Once Again, Steve Berlin Named a Triad Business Journal Power Player
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Steve Berlin, Managing Partner of the firm’s Winston-Salem office, was once again named one of the region’s “2020 Power Players” by the Triad Business Journal. Mr. Berlin has been a frequent honoree of the Triad Business Journal’s “Most Influential People” listing and its successor program “Triad Power Players” – both have recognized business and community leaders for 15 years and Mr. Berlin has made the prestigious list a combined 11 consecutive years.
Three years ago, “Power Players” was launched with a selective process by the Triad Business Journal editorial team that highlights key leaders who have, over the past year, shepherded and executed game-changing initiatives or developments that are moving the Triad economy forward. It's an approach that added timeliness, while also raising awareness of efforts that are changing the region's landscape.
This year, the Triad Business Journal highlighted Mr. Berlin’s work on some of the city's most important initiatives, including as general counsel for the nonprofit Whitaker Park Development Authority that recently enlisted NAI Piedmont Triad to market about a dozen buildings that are poised to be catalysts for economic development. For more, please click here.
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