Lisa Justice named Director of F.E. DuBose Career Center
Central Carolina Technical College has selected Lisa Justice to serve as CCTC’s new Director of the F.E. DuBose Career Center effective March 1, 2018. “I am excited for the opportunity to continue to serve the students and families of Clarendon County. Central Carolina Technical College has a long ranging vision for our career center, and I will support all efforts to make us the premier destination in the area.” Justice has served as the Interim Director of the F.E. DuBose Career Center since November 2017. CCTC President Dr. Michael Mikota says, “I am confident Ms. Justice will make the college proud in her key role as Director of the F.E. DuBose Career Center. For the last two and a half years, she has excelled as the Director of Clarendon County Adult Education. Her experience and impeccable character will undoubtedly advance the college further in Clarendon county.”
Ms. Justice is a school administrator with over 25 years in classroom and leadership experience in education. She served as the Director of Clarendon County Adult Education since 2015. Justice is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Wingate University. While teaching high school at various locations in North and South Carolina, she earned a master’s degree in divergent learning from Columbia College as well as a master’s degree in educational leadership from Winthrop University. She is presently enrolled in the Doctor of Education in curriculum studies program at the University of South Carolina. Justice had an 18- year teaching career at schools in Manning and Charlotte before moving into the role of assistant principal at Marvin Ridge High School in Waxhaw, North Carolina in 2011. She was named teacher of the year at Mallard Creek High School in Charlotte in 2009. Outside of school, she continues her role as an advocate for children. Justice serves as President of the Optimist Club of Clarendon, a local volunteer organization that sponsors programs and events for youth in the community. She is also a trained volunteer with the Cass Elias McCarter Guardian ad Litem program of Clarendon County. Justices resides in Manning with her husband Mark and son Cody.