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Nashville welcomes new planning board member

Posted on January 27, 2022

Updated on January 31, 2022

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Jacquelyn Lewis takes the oath of office for the Nashville Planning Board on Tuesday night.

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Jacquelyn Lewis takes the oath of office for the Nashville Planning Board on Tuesday night.

NASHVILLE — A woman with more than a decade in local company community relations has joined the Nashville Planning Board.

Jacquelyn Lewis is director of community affairs for internet tech company CloudWyze. She previously served in similar positions with Cummins in Rocky Mount, PNC Bank and Hardee’s Food Systems.

After appointment by the town council, Lewis took her oath of office on Jan. 25. She said she’s honored to serve on the board.

A Nash Community College and N.C. Wesleyan College graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing, Lewis graduated summa cum laude, received recognition on the college president’s honor list and earned an Alumni Achievement Award.

Lewis has participated in several community projects, including building a house in Rocky Mount through Habitat for Humanity, serving five years as chair of concessions for Nash County’s Relay for Life and volunteering with Junior Achievement.

Lewis has served on boards for My Sister’s House, the Nashville Boys & Girls Club, N.C. Wesleyan College’s Dunn Center and the Down East Vikings Classic. She currently serves on the Nash County Alcohol Beverage Control Board following her appointment last year.

The planning board has one remaining vacant seat. Anyone with interest in serving on the board can call Town Manager Randy Lansing at 252-459-4511.

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