Board of Directors

The school board meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00. Board meetings are held at the school.

Board Meeting Minutes

Mark Steckbeck, Board Chair
Mark Steckbeck is an Associate Professor of Economics at Campbell University. He is currently holds the Lundy Chair of Business Philosophy and is the director of the BB&T Business Fellows Program. Dr. Steckbeck has more than twenty years experience in higher education. Prior to Campbell University, he taught at Hillsdale College in Hillsdale, Michigan and as a graduate student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

Kellie Nothstine, member
As the Title IX Coordinator, Kellie Nothstine provides leadership, coordination and oversight in support of Campbell’s compliance obligations under a variety of federal and state laws, as well as the university’s policy prohibiting discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct and retaliation. Her responsibilities also include coordinating efforts to train and educate students, faculty and staff on Title IX and bystander intervention.

Prior to joining the Campbell family, Kellie Nothstine worked in the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights in Chicago, Illinois. There, she investigated and conducted witness interviews for Title IX cases, racial and gender discrimination issues, and Americans with Disabilities Act accommodation cases. Before pursuing a law degree, Kellie Nothstine was a legislative research assistant for the chair of the North Carolina General Assembly’s Education Committee.

Nothstine attended law school at Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law, and completed her Master of Arts in Cultural and Education Policy from Loyola University Chicago. She received a B.A. in political science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Nolan Perry, member
Nolan Ray Perry is one of the founding partners of Morgan & Perry Law, P.L.L.C. As a partner at the firm, Nolan leads the practice’s Real Estate Division. His primary focus is on Residential and Commercial transactions. Nolan approaches each case using Morgan & Perry Law’s philosophy of client-based, holistic service to create an enduring relationship with his clients.

Nolan graduated from Campbell University’s Trust and Wealth Management program with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a minor in financial planning. He graduated from Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. During his time in law school, Nolan served as an officer in the Campbell Law Honor Court, Old Kivett Advocacy Council, and the Federalist Society. He also volunteered with Legal Aid of North Carolina and Disability Rights NC. While in law school, Nolan worked for United States Magistrate Judge James E. Gates, interned at the Federal Public Defender’s Office, and represented criminal defendants as a clerk at the Powell Law Firm.

Nolan is licensed to practice before all North Carolina State Courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. As a proud two-time graduate of Campbell University, Nolan serves on the board of directors for the Campbell University National Alumni Association.

In his free time, Nolan enjoys spending time with friends and family, visiting local shooting ranges, and volunteering in the community. Nolan serves as Chairman of the Young Professionals of Fuquay-Varina, on the board of directors for the Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce, and as Chairman for Campbell University’s Triangle Alumni Chapter.

Kate Day, member
Katelynd has been working with students in the educational and recreational fields for the past 12 years.
She began as a librarian in a DODEA elementary school, creating and managing a literacy program for grades K thru 8th. She then moved on to be the assistant manager of Navy Child and Youth Programs at CFA Chinhae creating and implementing educational and recreational programs for ages six weeks to 18 years. Among other programs she coordinated and managed a middle school financial literacy and high school career management/ college preparation programs. As well as implementing a Pre-kindergarten program.
She served as School Liaison Officer, a installation subject matter expert of military child education issues, advising and providing assistance with problem solving to commanders, parents and educators.
She worked as a site coordinator for Communities in Schools in North Carolina creating educational programs based on observed needs and community feedback.
Katelynd has a MBA from University of Maryland Global College and a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Ursinus College. She has completed FINRA Foundation Financial Fellowship and the E.A. Morris Fellowship for Emerging Leaders.
Katelynd and her husband live in Angier, NC with their twin five year olds.

Ana Rynearson, member

Christine Brenco, member                                                                                Christine serves on the board as a parent representative. Currently, she has one child enrolled at Carolina Charter Academy and three children with whom she stays home.

Prior to becoming a stay-at-home parent, Christine worked as a legislative assistant to a member of the North Carolina General Assembly.  She also spent time working in the office of the (Florida) Governor, supporting both the Chief of Staff’s office and serving the Governor’s Task Force on Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Additionally she has worked for Congressman Connie Mack, Jr., specializing in Immigration policy and constituent services.

Christine received her Master’s of Science from Florida State University and her Bachelor’s of Arts degree from the University of Mary Washington. Christine lives in Fuquay-Varina with her husband and their four children.