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Facilitators

  • Dr. Michael Brooks

    Michael Brooks is a Counselor Education faculty member and Program Coordinator at North Carolina A&T State University (NCAT) in Greensboro, North Carolina. His research centers on Black male success factors, Counselor Education Pedagogy, and ex-offender recidivism and vocational rehabilitation. Dr. Brooks leads the PhD Program in Rehabilitation Counseling and Rehabilitation Counselor Education, the only PhD CACREP accredited program at an HBCU. Brooks received a BA in Psychology from Morehouse College (1996), and his MA and Ph.D. (2000, 2003, respectively) in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Brooks has been a faculty member for almost 20 years. Prior to A&T, he was a prof at UAB, and UF (Gainesville). Before working in higher education, Dr. Brooks was a practicing counselor with local community mental health, outpatient substance abuse, and employee assistance agencies. 

  • Chenita Barber Johnson

    Chenita Barber Johnson is Precinct Chair of Hanes- Lowrance; Secretary of North Winston Neighborhood Association; Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods-Resident leader/liaison; Member of Mt Sinai Full Gospel Deliverance Center; Marketing & Development Committee member of Experiment in Self Reliance (ESR) and has been a Board of Directors member of ESR and Mayors Bond Committee.

     

    She is Vice-President of the Winston-Salem African American Archive, an educational and history repository of local historical African American artifacts and documents. She also works with the Friends of Oddfellows, INC. This organization works to preserve the historical African American Oddfellows Cemetery located in Winston-Salem, NC.

     

    Johnson is also an advocate for public education, is a cofounder of Coalition for Equity in Public Education, and a community activist.

     

    Born and raised in Winston-Salem, NC she attended the local public schools however, due to her mother’s employment with the Federal Government she also attended school in Danville, VA, graduated from high school in Parkersburg, WV as well as attending Marshall University in Huntington, WV. When she returned to Winston-Salem, she attended and graduated from Winston-Salem State University with a degree in Political Science/Public Administration with a minor in History. She has a Paralegal Certificate with a Concentration in Civil Litigation, is a Graduate of City of Winston-Salem University and a Certified Notary

     

    Chenita Barber Johnson is now the author of “African American Firsts of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County NC”.

  • Eunice Campbell

    Eunice Campbell has been a resident of Winston Salem, NC for over 25 years.  She is married to Richard, 24 years, and they have a son, Grayson.

     

    Eunice graduated with the distinction of magna cum laude from Winston Salem State University where she received her Bachelor of Science and was recognized by the School of Business and Economics as the outstanding 2002 graduating senior in marketing. She later received her MBA from Colorado State University.

     

    She has served as a voting precinct chair, a current member of the NC Democratic State Executive Committee and volunteers her time to community organizations such as the Coalition for Equity in Public Education.


    As an individual who is known for advocating for voters at all levels of local government, Eunice knows that the education of the voter is the key.