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Debra Kaye Boyd

Debra Kaye Boyd, American special education educator, cultural organization administrator. License minister. Recipient Recognition for Outstanding Service award, Reid's Chapel F.W.B.C., 2001; grantee, Beaufort County Arts Council, 1999. Member of Southside Alliance for Neighborhood Empowerment (programs director since 1998), Every Step Toward Excellence Ensures Mastery Club (chairperson 1999—2000, Recognition of Guidance award 1999—2000).

Background

  • Boyd, Debra Kaye was born on July 19, 1957 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Bertha Mae Moore, Joshua Dennis Moore Senior.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Special Education, Kean University, 1997.

    Career

    • Teacher special education Beaufort County School Systems, Washington, since 1997. Director after school program, 2000—2001. Director summer day camp, 2001.

    Major achievements

    • License minister.

    Works

    • Director: Star Search, 2000 (none).

    Membership

    Member of Southside Alliance for Neighborhood Empowerment (programs director since 1998), Every Step Toward Excellence Ensures Mastery Club (chairperson 1999—2000, Recognition of Guidance award 1999—2000).

    Personality

    Interests

    Crocheting, singing.

    Connections

    • Married Clifton Earl Boyd, December 2, 1996. Children: Aaron Moore, Emmanuel Moore.
    • father: Bertha Mae Moore Boyd
    • spouse: Clifton Earl Boyd
    • children: Aaron Moore Boyd
    • Emmanuel Moore Boyd
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    Nationality
    • 1997
      Kean University
    • 1997
      Teacher, special education Beaufort County School Systems
      Washington, United States