Democrat, East Ward
Email Annette Scippio
101 North Main Street, Suite 124
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
East Ward information
About Annette Scippio
|Council Member since:
- Vice Chair of the Community Development/Housing/General Government Committee
- Member of the Public Works Committee
- General Foods Corp Category Research Manager
- Del Monte Corporation Group Research Manager
- RJR Foods Market Research Manager (First African-American in Market Research Dept.)
- Southern Community Bank (now Capital Bank, founding director)
- Leadership Winston-Salem, First African-American Executive Director
- Delta Fine Arts Executive Director
- Society for the Study of Afro American History in Forsyth County
- Community Leadership Association Board
- Smithsonian Traveling Advisory Committee for "The Real McCoy, Afro-American Invention and Innovation" exhibition
- Associates in Christian Counseling Board
- NC Association of Black Storytellers, fund-raising chair for the National Black Storytellers Festival and Conference.
- NC Writers Network Board of Directors, chair of statewide conference
- NC Museum of Art, African-American Acquisition Committee
- NC Arts Council, Community Development Grants Panel
- NC School of Math and Science Parents Council
- WFDD Community Advisory Committee
- Mt. Zion Adult Day Care Center Advisory Board
- Winston-Salem Arts Council, Funded Members Grant Panel
- Salvation Army Girls and Boys Club Advisory Council
- Reynolds Auditorium Community Advisory Committee
- Brenner's Children' s Hospital Advisory Board
- 401 Winston Lake Precinct, Democratic Party Chair
- HBCU Living Legends Scholarship Gala, Coordinator
- St. Peter's World Outreach Center, Community Engagement Vision Leader & member of Music and Arts Ministry
- Grew up in Reynoldstown neighborhood
- Attended 14th Street and Diggs Elementary Schools
- Graduated Anderson Jr. and Sr. High.
- B.A. Howard University, Business Administration
- M.A. Duke University, Liberal Studies
|Publications and Videos:
- "Beyond These Walls," video by City of Winston-Salem, writer.
- "Reynoldstown," video by City of Winston-Salem, featured community historian.
- "African-American Women 1900-1980," historical calendar for Society for Study of Afro American History in Forsyth County, editor.
- "African American Neighborhoods to 1970," historical calendar for Society for Study of Afro American History in Forsyth County, editor.
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