Business and Strategic Partnership Coordinator
Originally from Tennessee, Pallas moved to North Carolina in 1996 and spent over 20 years in Chapel Hill-Carrboro where she began a career in hospitality and event management. After graduating from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Russian and East European studies, Pallas accepted a position as Conference Catering Manager at the William and Ida Friday Center, UNC’s IACC-certified conference center and center for continuing education. After five years and a two-year hiatus that encompassed living in both Greece and Nashville TN, Pallas returned to North Carolina in 2016 and relocated to Wilmington.
Since then she has continued her career in hospitality and client relationship management. As an avid supporter of the Arts, Pallas is honored to represent the Wilson Center and is passionate about developing partnerships that advance the Wilson Center’s mission to be more than a performing arts venue, but a powerful investment in the Arts for current and future students, and our community at large. She looks forward to finding ways to connect and partner with you!
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