WHS grad to lead statewide education nonprofit

Cecilia Knight Holden
By The News Reporter info@nrcolumbus.com

Revised on: 11.9.2019 at 08:59 p.m.

Posted on: 11.8.2019 at 03:56 p.m. |

Cecilia Knight Holden, a 1981 graduate of Whiteville High School, has been named the first president and CEO of myFutureNC, a statewide nonprofit organization focused on educational attainment.

Holden was formerly the director of government and community relations for the North Carolina State Board of Education.

At myFutureNC, Holden will work

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