Majorie Benbow brings a unique combination of law, science and business to the Wake Forest University Charlotte Center. Prior to completing her JD and MBA at Wake Forest University, she researched virology and regenerative medicine for a decade. Ms. Benbow worked as a management consultant for five years internationally and formulated public health policy for North Carolina. At UNC Charlotte, she managed its intellectual property and served as the Scientific and Technology Officer for the fourth largest hospital system in North Carolina. She served as exectutive director of N.C. Biotechnology Center of Greater Charlotte until the spring of 2012.
In the community, she serves on boards to support science, access to justice, intellectual property, education and ethics. Benbow is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and a registered patent attorney.
She received her bachelor and master of science degrees from UNC Chapel Hill. She completed her JD and MBA at Wake Forest University.
Biotechnology research, business and technology development.