About

SOCIETY Charlotte, a free monthly magazine celebrating Charlotte's philanthropies and the people who support them, was announced in March 2012 and the first issue debuted May 30, 2012. The magazine is published by Tribute Communications, which is owned by Paige Roselle and Craig Moon. Roselle serves as Publisher and Moon as Chairman of the publication.

The magazine publishes exciting and informative articles and photos about Charlotte's philanthropic events and organizations. "Charlotte is such an impressive city and a large part of that is our philanthropy. Our community deserves a publication that truly focuses on these organizations and their supporters," Roselle said. Additional content highlights individual and corporate leaders in the nonprofit sector, along with regular columns covering wine, health, gardening and fitness.

Paige Roselle, of Charlotte, has played an active role in numerous and diverse community organizations, ranging from serving as founding member and Chairman of the Board of Pat's Place Child Advocacy Center, serving on the boards of the Mint Museum Auxiliary and Opera Carolina, to being a teacher sponsor with Teach for America. Roselle has additionally chaired events for organizations, including: Red Cross, Greater Carolinas Chapter; Mint Museum; Opera Carolina; and Charlotte Country Day School. Roselle received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, and her graduate degree from Vanderbilt University School of Law.

Craig A. Moon, chairman, has been a media executive for more than 35 years. He is the retired publisher and president of USA TODAY. Moon also was publisher of the Nashville Tennessean, Arkansas Gazette in Little Rock and the News-Press in Fort Myers, Florida. He is owner of Lake Norman Publications, which produces weekly newspapers covering Huntersville/Cornelius/Davidson, Mooresville and Denver, and a monthly newspaper serving the Mountain Island area. He is married to Patricia Moon. They have five grown children and three grandchildren. Moon lives in both the Lake Norman area and in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood, Tennessee.