Charlotte Center City Partners has named two new neighborhood directors: Kyle Bridges will be director of uptown neighborhoods, and Megan Liddle Gude will be director of the organization’s Historic South End.
Gude, who has been with CCCP since 2012, previously acted as the group’s director of uptown neighborhoods. Gude brings a “wealth of knowledge” about working with neighborhood stakeholders and small businesses to her new position, CCCP said in a statement Monday.
Bridges most recently worked as a marketing specialist for CitiBike, a New York City bike-sharing program. In his new role, Bridges “will help fulfill priorities for neighborhood development and implement programs to enhance the uptown experience,” CCCP said.
Charlotte Center City Partners is a nonprofit focused on promoting uptown Charlotte and South End as places to do business. The group also coordinates programs in the center city ranging from concerts to pop-up shops to a free shuttle service.