Michael Goodmon CBC

Michael Goodmon is Senior Vice President for Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC), a diversified media company based in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina. Working with their father, Jim, he and his brother Jimmy are the fourth generation of his family helping to lead this forward-thinking company.

Michael leads both the real estate and baseball divisions of CBC, with locations in Durham, Rocky Mount and Holly Springs, NC. Real estate developments and holdings include both urban and rural mixed-use developments with the American Tobacco Historic District in Durham, NC and Rocky Mount Mills in Rocky Mount, NC respectively. The baseball division includes the Durham Bulls in Durham, NC and the Holly Springs Salamanders in Holly Springs, NC. Additionally, Michael has helped lead the charge for the American Underground startup hub, as well as multiple alternative investments including solar/alternative energy, passive real estate investments and breweries.

Michael is a passionate advocate for the Durham and Triangle communities and serves on several boards to encourage growth, entrepreneurship and community development. His board service includes: AJ Fletcher Foundation; The Fletcher Academy; East Durham Children’s Initiative; Triangle Community Foundation; United Way of the Greater Triangle, and Leadership Triangle.

In addition, he was recently named as chair by Governor Roy Cooper of the Governor’s Entrepreneurial Council for North Carolina. He earned a B.S. in Mathematical Economics from Hampden-Sydney College in Hampden-Sydney, VA and a Masters in Trust and Investment Management from Campbell University in Buies Creek, NC. He and his wife Liz live in Durham with their four children.