Lenora Lindsay Lee graduated in 1975 from Grimsley Senior High School in Greensboro. In 1986, she received an Associate Degree from Guilford Technical Community College in Applied Science concentrating in Law Enforcement. Lenora received certification in Basic Law Enforcement from the State of North Carolina in 1987. She is a member of Bethel AME church service on the Usher Board, Missionary Society and a Sunday School teacher. She has served for 20 years as a volunteer for Young Minds Home Daycare, a 5-star Larger Home Center. She retired after 17 years of service with North Carolina A&T State University Police Department. Lenora manages the JustOne Foundation community garden on Maywood Street in Greensboro and works part-time with the NCATSU Police Department. She is a member of Eastern Star Magnolia Chapter #23, District 27. Lenora loves exercising and swimming and spending time with her two children and two grandchildren.
William J. Porter
William Porter is an Army veteran, father of three, with five grandchildren. William is a member of PHA Masonic Lodge #12, Khalif Temple 144, Consistory of Greensboro #106, a Life Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and a member of the National Association for Black Veterans. He is currently attending Gardner Webb University in the Masters Program for Mental Health Counseling.
Ron Listenberger is a retired Army veteran and former employee of the Guilford County Sheriff’s Department. He and his wife enjoy traveling to new places—especially historic sites. He also enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and playing golf.
Mark T. Hodge
Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, Mark Hodge has lived in Charlotte since 2006. He spent 21 years in the United States Navy as a Logistics Specialist and earned a bachelors degree in technical management. Mark and his wife Tangela have been married for more than 28 years. They have two children and two grandchildren. Mark’s passions are spending time with family and friends, taking cruises and “helping anyone who crosses my path in a time of need.”
Greensboro native Carl Brower began his 27-year career in university campus groundskeeping in 1987 as a temporary grounds worker at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, quickly working his way up through the ranks to Grounds Superintendent by 1995. In 2005, he left his position at A&T to work as Assistant Director for Grounds Services at Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama. A year later, he was hired as Grounds Superintendent for North Carolina Central University in Durham, a position he held from May 2006 to May 2014. He is a graduate of Grimsley High School and has an associate’s degree from Louisburg College and a bachelor of science degree from Barton College (formerly Atlantic Christian College). Carl is also a graduate of the College Business Management Institute. A dedicated community leader, he chaired the City of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Commission and participated in the Challenge Greensboro Leadership Development program. He is a vice-president of The Ole Asheboro Street Neighborhood Association.