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Museum director

Harry Stephen Warren, museum director. Recipient certified Recognition, Baha'is of Wilmington, 1998. Member 1898 Race Riot Commission, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1997—1998, Discover Columbus, Whitesville, since 2003; board member Downtown Development Commission, since 2001; Member of North Carolina Museum Council (president 1992-1994, awards chair since 2000, Professional Service award 1999), Rotary.

Background

Warren, Harry Stephen was born on February 14, 1952 in Wilmington, North Carolina, United States. Son of Raymond Boise Warren and Vada Blanton English.

Education

Bachelor in History, University North Carolina, Wilmington, 1978. Master of Arts in History, East Carolina University, Greenville, 1988.

Career

Legal clerk United States Army, 1972—1974. Education assistant North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher, Kune Beach, North Carolina, 1979—1980. Research assistant Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1981.

Researcher to assistant director Cape Fear Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1982—2000. Director North Carolina Museum Forestry, Whiteville, since 2000. North Carolina representative National Association State Museum, 1997—2006.

Member council Southeastern Museum Conference, 1998—2005. President North Carolina Maritime History Council, since 2003. Museum associate reviewer American Association Museum.

Program developer; speaker in field.

Membership

Member 1898 Race Riot Commission, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1997—1998, Discover Columbus, Whitesville, since 2003. Board member Downtown Development Commission, since 2001. Member of North Carolina Museum Council (president 1992-1994, awards chair since 2000, Professional Service award 1999), Rotary.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, bicycling, presidential history, travel.

Connections

father:
Raymond Boise Warren

mother:
Vada Blanton English