Finding such a setting that is empowering and enriching is rarer still. So we’re developing one. At IndieTree, residents will live independently yet connected to each other in a truly remarkable setting. All within the greater Charlotte community of which they are an integral part of the whole.
IndieTree is a gift for the generations, one requiring generous public and private support in order to be built. The need is overwhelming. The concept is extraordinary. Together let’s bring IndieTree to life.
IndieTree is comprised of action oriented leaders dedicated to our mission.
Mitzi has extensive experience in both business and business law.…
Mitzi has extensive experience in both business and business law. She holds a BSBA in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and a JD from the North Carolina Central School of
Mitzi is a member of the New Hanover County Bar Association and SC Bar. She is also admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. Mitzi is also an instructor and curriculum developer for Cape Fear Community College.
Mitzi started Indie Tree, Inc. in 2016. She is a member of the Cameron Executive Network at UNC – Wilmington where she mentors students interested in business and law. She regularly lectures on the benefits of estate planning to many non-profit organizations throughout the state of North Carolina.
Her primary practice areas are wills, trusts (including special needs trusts), estate planning and business law and business entity formation.
Margaret is the parent of an adult with an intellectual…
Margaret is the parent of an adult with an intellectual disability. Her journey with her son led them to move to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2000 so he could attend Phillips Academy. Her daughter, Carson, lives and works in Chicago.
As Transition Coordinator at A Special Needs Plan, Margaret is known in the special needs community as a trusted resource; helping families transition their child with special needs to adulthood.
Kim is a parent of two children. She has spent…
Kim is a parent of two children. She has spent the past 22 years advocating for her one son with Autism along with helping other parents navigate the disabilities system. She has successfully transitioned her son into adulthood and into an independent life including having his own place with minimal supports. Kim lives in Mint Hill, NC with her husband and only child left at home – a dog!