Raleigh, NC, April 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Jeffrey Milligan, senior vice president of Landquest, a residential development firm specializing in the acquisition, design, permitting and construction of communities on the East Coast, has announced that Willie Murray, Jr. has joined the firm as director of philanthropy. In this position, Murray will work closely with charitable and non-profit organizations on a local and international basis. Projects include efforts to rebuild and renovate several inner city blocks in Southeast Raleigh, as well as an initiative to provide vital resources to orphans and the disadvantaged in Haiti through the company’s nonprofit organization, Flying Fish Project. Murray is a graduate of North Carolina Central University in Durham, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree and was recognized for his academic and community service efforts.
“I am pleased to welcome Willie to this new position on our team,” said Milligan. “We place a great deal of value on charitable initiatives here at Landquest, and we look forward to seizing even more opportunities to accomplish great things through our local community and international efforts.”
Landquest specializes in residential development including the acquisition, design, permitting and construction of communities on the East Coast. Previously based in Branford, Conn., the company relocated to Raleigh, N.C. in 2005. Landquest has active projects from New Hampshire to South Carolina. Committed to creative and innovative land planning, the firm concentrates on esthetics and high design standards that are sensitive to the land and environment. Often this results in a lower yield, but a more marketable and desirable community to live in. For more information, visit http://www.landquestdevelopment.com.
MMI Associates, Inc.