Business North Carolina magazine has named Womble Bond Dickinson Partner Beth Tyner Jones as one of its 2024 Power List honorees.

Business North Carolina’s Power List is the magazine’s annual report on the state’s most influential leaders. These leaders are recognized in a number of fields, including the law.

Jones recently completed a lengthy term as Managing Partner of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Raleigh and Research Triangle Park offices. She also serves as leader of the firm’s Education and School Law Team and head of its Employment Service Team. Active in the Triangle community, Jones currently chairs the Board of Habitat for Humanity of Wake and Johnston Counties. For more than twenty years, she served on the boards of Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina (aka ThriveMore) and its supporting foundation which provide non-profit senior living services throughout the State.

This is the fourth consecutive year that Jones has been named to the Power List.