Tonya Wilson Reid is a native of Statesville, North Carolina. She attended public school and graduated from Statesville High School in 1984. She went on to attend Western Carolina University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work in 1988. Her background includes serving as a social worker in various children and family service environments for the past 27 years. Currently, she works as School Social Worker and is the McKinney Vento Homeless Education Program District Liaison for Iredell-Statesville Schools. Reid has worked diligently in her community trying to bring about positive change. Reid looks back on all of her work and she knows that she was dedicated to her work and she worked from her heart and professional base. Reid knows that she has made a difference in many children
and adult lives.
Lisa Nesbitt is a native of Statesville. She is married with two adult children. Her high school alma mater is Statesville High School. Lisa has been a nurse for 28 years. She received a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Lenoir-Rhyne College and a Masters in Nursing Education from Walden University.
Her nursing career encompasses many different settings including acute care, long term care, home health, hospice as well as more than ten years teaching in the Community College system and various universities. Lisa has been the Education Coordinator for Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County for more than 7 years, where she is passionate about her work with the organization.
She enjoys helping people who have needs of all ages but is drawn to the young and mature generations and above all has a passion for educating professionals and the community about dementia.
Eartha has been married for 20 years. She is the mother of three children and has fostered six others and is a 1975 graduate of Statesville High. Eartha is very involved in Statesville's community. She is on the volunteer staff at Rutledge & Bighman Funeral Home. She also sits on the board, as secretary, of the AARP Chapter 3224 located in Mooresville. Additionally, she is the health reporter and chapter photographer. Eartha is a member of the Statesville "Circle of Giving" a non-profit organization dedicated to helping other women in need. A member of the "Divas Fighting Like Girls" an organization involved in the fight against breast cancer, she is a member of their hospitality committee. And she is active in her several women's group of Holsey Memorial CME Church. Eartha's philosophy in life is, "the greatest gift God gave us, outside of life, is each other. How we treat others is on us."
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