The CEO of the YWCA of Asheville has quit, becoming the second Black woman in a month to leave a high-profile job with a mission of improving racial equity in the city.
Asheville City Council will meet on Tuesday to consider taking more action.
The city's new equity and inclusion manager should have a staff and report directly to the city manager, residents said.
Asheville City Council also heard an update about the long-awaited I-26 Connector project, and more.
Archie will work with the public, nonprofits and city partners on issues of equity in areas such as hiring and purchasing.
Also, city of Asheville officials introduced the two finalists for its new equity and inclusion manager, and more.