12 02 Alicia Chisolm 214x300For the second consecutive year, Alicia Chisolm will serve as the chair of the Cumberland County Board of Education and Greg West will serve as the vice-chair. The Board approved leadership roles for 2021 during its regular monthly meeting Dec. 8. 

“I am humbled by the opportunity to continue serving in this capacity,” said Chisolm. “This unprecedented year has brought many challenges, but we have worked together — as a Board, school system and community — to support the needs of the whole child. Despite the challenges, we will continue providing our students with a safe, positive and rigorous learning environment to help them reach their maximum potential.”

At the beginning of the meeting, Deanna Jones and Nathan Warfel were sworn in after winning their seats during the Nov. 3 general election.

Jones, an Army veteran, served for 27 years. She is an active participant on various local and state education committees.

Warfel, who received his entire K-12 education in CCS, is a South View High School graduate. He holds a law degree from the Charlotte School of Law and works in the Cumberland County Public Defender’s Office.

Board members Alicia Chisolm, Carrie Sutton, Donna Vann and Susan Williams, were re-elected to serve another term on the Board during the Nov. 3 general election.

Charles McKellar and Judy Musgrave will continue to serve as at-large members of the Board.


Pictured above: Alicia Chisolm, Cumberland County Board of Education Chairperson

Pictured Below left to right, Row 1:Greg West, Deanna Jones.  Row 2: Nathan Warfel, Carrie Sutton.  Row 3: Donna Vann, Susan Williams. Row 4: Charles McKellar, Judy Musgrave.

12 02 Greg West 2018   12 03 Deanna Jones BOE District 2 225x300   12 04 Image of Board Member Nathan Warfel 300x300   12 05 Carrie Sutton 2018   12 06 Donna Vann 265x300   12 07 Susan Williams 2018   12 08 Charles McKellar   12 09 Judy Musgrave 2018






















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