Despite being born with Muscular Dystrophy I’ve lived a very independent life. I graduated from Eastern Wayne High School, obtained my Associate's degree in Human Services, Bachelor’s in Psychology, and a Master’s in Psychology. I’ve worked at Wayne Community College since 2010.
I have over 10 years of education in psychology and human services. I've been an Adjunct Professor for N.C. Wesleyan College since 2016. My wife and I have been married for seven years now. We had our first child November 05, 2016, a handsome boy.
Raised in small-town Fremont NC, Demarcus graduated from NC Wesleyan in 2005 with a Major in Computer Information System and a minor in Business Administration before completing his MS in Information Systems from UMT in 2011. Demarcus has been an employee at Wayne Community College since August 2000 serving in several roles which included Software Technician, Information System Instructor and currently Enterprise Resources Planning Administrator (ERP).
Demarcus has a passion for community-based programs that helps the less fortunate and persons with disabilities. Demarcus has served on the Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities, Goldsboro-Wayne Optimist Club, I've supported many local non-profits and I'm very active in Prince Hall Masonry.
My name is Leah Nicole Starkie wife to Tyrone Starkie, Founder/CEO of Community Heroes. March 16, 2020, we will be celebrating seven years of marriage. We have one handsome three-year-old little boy who amazes us daily. Currently, I work as a Certified Medical Assistant with the W.A.T.C.H clinic. W.A.T.C.H stands for Wayne Action Teams for Community Health.
W.A.T.C.H works with all types of individuals in the Community. I believe this organization will change individuals' lives. I am happy to work with everyone on this board. I am excited to see the progression of this great organization. We’ve been working diligently on this vision and we cannot wait to see everything unfold and come together.
I am the Special Populations Program Supervisor for the City of Goldsboro, which I’ve been employed with for over 8 years. I have the pleasure of serving on many boards and committees. I’ve served for The Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities, Communities Supporting Schools, Special Olympics, and Consumer Rights Committee (NOVA, Inc.). Serving and providing mentorship to underserved groups is my goal and passion.
Chad has an associate's degree in Business Administration – Operations Management program from Wayne Community College.
He continued his education at North Carolina Wesleyan College, receiving a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 2018, and is working toward a master’s degree in Business Administration with an anticipated 2021 graduation.
Evans was the coordinator for the Male Minority Mentoring (3MP) Initiative at WCC. He is currently an achievement coach for the Business and Computer Technologies division at WCC.
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