Mr. Sagester, Superintendent would like to welcome Charlotte McGuire, Ohio Department of Education State Board Member who will on campus to meet staff and students this Thursday, April 13th. Please take a moment to read her bio below.
Charlotte D. McGuire is a passionate, tenacious advocate and committed executive. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee during the segregation era, Mrs. McGuire’s parents always told her, “education is the key to your freedom and independence.” The first generation college graduate in her family, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio.
With more than 40 years of government and nonprofit leadership experience, Mrs. McGuire has worked together with others to enrich the lives of the elderly, youth and families. Formerly, she was director of Community Affairs, City of Dayton; president/CEO, Senior Citizen Center of Greater Dayton; president/CEO, Project IMPACT-Dayton; and project director for Reclaiming Futures, Montgomery County Juvenile Court. Now an entrepreneur, she consults for strategic planning, community engagement and life coaching.
Mrs. McGuire has served on the United Way PAR Council; Miami Valley Head Start Board of Directors; Montgomery County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Task Force; Southwest Ohio CARES; Kettering Partners for Healthy Youth; and Reclaiming Futures Community Fellowship. Currently, she volunteers with Montgomery County Mentoring Collaborative; Dayton Right to Life; Dayton Metro Library Foundation; and the National Center for Urban Renewal and Education Clergy Network.
A Leadership Dayton graduate and certified U.S. Constitutionist, Mrs. McGuire has been honored with the Cline Award for Excellence in Government; Montgomery County Juvenile Court Outstanding Service Award; Mary Scott Nursing Center Legacy Award Honoree; Dayton Section of the National Council of Negro Women, 10 Outstanding Women; American Red Cross Dayton Chapter, Emergency Resource Bank, Chairperson Dedication and Appreciation Award; Project Impact-Dayton and Revival Center Ministries Dedicated Service Award; Leadership Dayton Award for Outstanding Community Service; and a 2016 International Women Ministerial Alliance Honoree.
In 2000, Mrs. McGuire and her husband, Arthur, founded and started Joshua Christian Ministries, in
Kettering, Ohio, to empower and transform people and culture. Married for 43 years, they have two adult children and two grandchildren.
Mrs. McGuire was appointed to the State Board in January 2017 by Gov. John Kasich and is eligible for election in November 2018.
Charlotte D. McGuire, District 3
2451 Quorn Ct.
Centerville, OH 45458
Phone: (937) 287 3603
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