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Top 10: Angelique Rawls

Photo courtesy Acacia Clark

Photo courtesy Acacia Clark

Angelique Rawls, assistant vice president of communications and development for the Hinds County Resource Agency, grew up thinking she would move to a bigger city and have an office in a high-rise building with a large window where she would develop amazing ad campaigns. She never left, and she doesn't want to. Here are 10 reasons she loves the Jackson metro.

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