MARSHALLS Education from Pembroke State University where he is a member of the Alumni Association, a University where he was the recipient of the James W. Batten Distinguished Educator Award from the School of Education, participated in three summer National Science Foundation Institutes, and served as a Fellow in the US Department of Education. During his career in education he maintained membership in Local, State and National professional affiliations, including the National Association of Elementary School Principals where he served as GRAND Seventh Congressional District representative, and on the Committee of concerns of Blacks and other minorities of color. He held membership in Phi Delta Kappa and actively participated in the North Carolina Noah Woods Association of Educators. . Mr. Woods has been awarded Principle of the Year Award by the District 10 Division of The Board of Directors of Lumbee Regional the North Carolina Association of Educators and Boss of Development Association, Inc. have selected Noah and the Year Award by the Robeson County Educational Ruth Woods as Grand Marshals for 2017, both of whom Office Personnel. have dedicated their professional careers to service to others and provided professional and exemplary Noah Woods has tempered his professional education leadership to education, community service, politics career with political acumen in County, State, and and government. National Government leadership and service. Elected as Robeson County Commissioner in 1990, he is currently in Noah Woods has shaped his life through civic and the 27th year of service and served nine years as community engagement for more than 30 years. Public Chairman. Commissioner Woods has served on the Jail service has been a driving force that began with involvement in public schools, volunteering with youth in Health Committee as Chairman of the Robeson County coaching Babe Ruth baseball, and active involvement in Board of Health and the Department has been community development. He supported the location of a recognized for excellence in environmental health, public library in Pembroke as part of his service in and outstanding county programs for maternity services, membership in the Pembroke Jaycees where he citizen care for immunization, jail health, indigent eye garnered election to office as Treasurer, Vice President, care, and intensive livestock operations rules, and Jaycee of the Year, and Booster of the Year, while also individual and career achievement awards by the Eastern serving as Vice President of the Robeson County Young District of the North Carolina Public Health Department. Democrats Club, and a member of the State Executive The Robeson County Health Department is recognized Committee. as an outstanding Health Department by the North Community service includes membership and Carolina Board of Health and the North Carolina County leadership. He served as Vice President of the Young Commission. Democrats of the Robeson County Democratic Party, and In 2016 Noah Woods, Robeson County Commissioner, as an area appointee to the advisory council of the Regional Development Association. His commitment to received the Distinguished Service Award on behalf of service expanded opportunities for him to serve 27 years the 100 counties in North Carolina for “dedicated service as a teacher and a school principal in the public schools on the National, State, and Local levels as a Robeson of Robeson County, serving at Oxendine Elementary County Commissioner” and he was inducted into the School. Mr. Woods earned a BS Degree in Elementary North Carolina of County Commissioner Hall of Fame.
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