Congratulations to UCE Board Member, Jim Weiland

Updated: Mar 4

Congratulations to UCE Board Member, Jim Weiland who was awarded SCORE Charlotte's highest honor, the prestigious “Dick O’ Brien Award” for 2020 in recognition of his over nine

Jim Weiland

years of exemplary volunteer service since joining SCORE Charlotte in 2011, including two years as Chapter President from 2016-2018, Chapter Executive Vice President, Vice President of Client Services and numerous other positions. He currently serves as Assistant District Director for the State of North Carolina. Weiland lives in Waxhaw, NC.

43 Years of Experience

Weiland is a 43-year veteran of IBM with over 32 years in management. Throughout his career, he travelled globally and extensively gained experience in sales, customer fulfillment, business controls and operations, finance, process management, information technology and human resources. He also served as an IBM consultant for a telecommunications company in China, where he mentored younger men and women in the best practices of financial and organizational management. He has also led or participated in many major IBM transformational work efforts including the restructuring of IBM Sales in 1981 from three sales organizations to two, establishing a revenue-based sales plan, consolidating global internal business systems and many others.

A native of Minnesota, Weiland received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and education from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

Weiland currently serves on the board of directors of Union County Entrepreneurs (UCE) and is a former member of the Main Street Board in Waxhaw.

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