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Gigi Nichols

Downtown newsmagazine is pleased to announce that Gigi Nichols is officially taking over our coverage of the non-profit social scene effective this week.

We will be refreshing our presentation of upcoming events as we make this transition, including renaming our events coverage as Society Notebook. Nichols column will appear online weekly and in print each month.

Nichols began her career in publishing as a merchandising coordinator for SEVENTEEN Magazine in New York. Later, her career in retail marketing took her to Dallas, San Francisco and Los Angeles. After her husband's company transferred him to Birmingham, she took time off to raise her two daughters, during which time she volunteered for many non-profit organizations. She became Director of Communications and Media Relations for The Community House in Birmingham, a position she held for 14 years.

If you would like your future event considered for coverage, you can email Nichols at or if you need to speak with her, phone 248.515.6105.

Watch for Nichols coverage in Society Notebook in the coming weeks.

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