NC AHEAD Board

Maranda Maxey, Past President
ADA/504 Coordinator & Director, Office of Disability Resources
Appalachian State University

Mark Newmiller, President
Director, Disability Resource Office
North Carolina State University

 

RJ Kilgore, Treasurer
Director, Academic Support
Johnson & Wales University –Charlotte

Rebecca Sitton, Secretary
IT Accessibility Coordinator
North Carolina State University

Tina Vires, Communications & Engagement Officer
Director, Office of Accessibility Resources & Services
University of North Carolina Greensboro

Heather Pack, Member-at-large, Community Colleges
Director, Student Support Services
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Alysen Beatty, Member-at-large, 4-Year Private Colleges
Assistant Director, Academic Access and Disability Resources
Davidson College

Kadejia Washington, Member-at—large, 4-Year Public Colleges
Assistant Director/Counselor, Office of Disability Services
UNC Charlotte


Past Presidents

1995 - 1996 Pat Bailey, UNCG
1996 - 1997 Jim Kessler, UNC Chapel Hill
1997 - 1998 Tom Jaynes, Durham Technical Community College
1998 - 1999 Arlene Lundquist, ASU
1999 - 2000 Tony Schreiber, ECU/Pitt Hospitals
2000 - 2001 Peggy Turner, UNCW
2001 - 2002 Annie Clingenpeel, A-B Tech
2002 - 2003 Sharon Jennings, Gardner Webb
2003 - 2004 Carol Mellen, WCU
2004 - 2005 Mary Culkin, UNCG
2005 - 2006 Rhonda Treadaway, South Piedmont Community College
2006 - 2007 Mary Helen Walker, UNCP
*October 2007 – March 2009 Liz Johnston, ECU
2009 - 2010 Nance Longworth, Davidson College
2010 - 2011 Tiffany Bailey, UNCG/Chapel Hill
2011 - 2012 Lance Alexis, WCU
2012-2014 Monica Isbell, Alamance Community College
2014-2015 Joshua Kaufman, UNCA
2015-2016 Katie Montie, University of North Carolina Charlotte
2016-2017 Stephen Gray, East Carolina University
2017-2019 Maranda Maxey, Appalachian State University
2019-2020 Chris Stone, UNC Wilmington
2020-2021 Holly Waggoner, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

*NCAHEAD presidents served from October to October until the organization decided to change it to March to March. Liz Johnston served an extended term as part of that transition.