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Morganton native Terra Greene named Lexington, N.C. city manager

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Terra Greene '90 will assume Lexington's city manager role in January 2019.

Terra Greene, a 1990 Furman University business administration alumna, has been named city manager of the City of Lexington, North Carolina. The former Morganton, North Carolina resident is the first woman to hold the position in the city’s history. Prior to her appointment, she served as assistant city manger and director of financial and information services.

In addition to earning a bachelor’s at Furman, Greene holds a Master of Public Administration from Appalachian State University. She is a 2017 graduate of the UNC Chapel Hill School of Government Public Executive Leadership Academy, and in 2009, she completed the UNC Chapel Hill School of Government Municipal Administration program. The News Herald (Morganton) has more about Greene’s background.

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