News Mark Alviano appointed Chair of the Raleigh Chamber’s Emerging Leaders Program

Feb 3, 2016
Mark Alviano appointed Chair of the Raleigh Chamber's Emerging Leaders Program

Mark WebWe’re especially proud to share some exciting news about our Raleigh Director of Investment Sales, Mark Alviano. After participating in the program in 2015, Mark has been named the Chair of the Emerging Leaders Program with the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce.

In 2015, Mark was selected to Raleigh’s Emerging Leaders program along with fifteen of the Research Triangle Region’s most promising and tenured professionals from MetLife, Citrix, Red Hat, K&L Gates, Williams Mullen, Cranfill Sumner Hartzog, Duke Medicine, UNC REX Heathcare, RTI International, The McClatchy Company, PNC Bank, Savills Studley and Vaco.

Mark is a true leader in our Raleigh office, working diligently to build communication across our service lines while advocating for Trinity Partners across the region. We have no doubt that he will be a strong, innovative leader for the dynamic group.

“This year’s participants come from some our area’s most exciting and innovative companies. They will certainly bring diverse insights into the region’s economic drivers,” noted Alviano. “Contributing to their leadership development is a honor and privilege, as is the opportunity to work closely with the Chamber’s leadership and participating business leaders.”

Here’s how the Chamber describes the innovative program:

“The Emerging Leaders program includes six months of leadership training that connects promising professionals with the area’s most successful executives for a unique and interactive program. The program’s sessions are designed to strengthen each participant’s network, offer interaction with community and business leaders in a small group setting, provide improved awareness of what it takes to lead and succeed, and give participants an intimate view of some of the emerging local trends through a tour of the community. Emerging Leaders participants must have at least 10 years of experience in their field and be employed by an active member of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. Fifteen professionals are chosen for participation in the program each year.”

Congratulations to Mark! We look forward to following the program and learning more about its impact on the Triangle.