Mike McIntyre Edit Profile
Bachelor, University North Carolina, 1978. Juris Doctor, University North Carolina, 1981.
Associate Law Office Bruce Huggins, Lumberton, 1981-1982, McLean, Stacy, Henry & McLean, Lumberton, 1982-1986. Partner Price & McIntyre PA, 1987-1989. Principal McIntyre Law Firm, PA, 1989-1996.
Member United States Congress from 7th North Carolina district, since 1997. Member law-focused education advisory committee North Carolina Department Public Instruction, 1986-1987. Member United States House Committee on Agriculture, since 1997, Armed Services Committee, since 1997.
Co-chairman Coalition Task Force on Education, 1997-1998, Congressional Task Force on Promotion of Fatherhood, Rural Health Care Coalition, 1999-2002, Democratic Task Force on Children, 1999-2000, Coalition Task Force on Business and Technology, Special Forces Caucus, since 2002. Chairman United States H. Agriculture Subcommittee on Specialty Crops, Rural Development and Foreign Agriculture. Member President's Summit on American's Future, 1997.
Delaware Democratic National Convention, New York City, 1980, North Carolina Democrats, Raleigh, since 1974. President Robeson County Young Democrats, Lumberton, 1982. Secretary-treasurer 7th Congressional District Young Democrats, North Carolina, 1983, chairman, 1984.
2nd vice chairman 7th Congressional District Democrats Southern North Carolina, 1986-1989, 1st vice chairman, 1989. Member state advisory board North Carolinians Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Raleigh, 1984-1985. Chairman Morehead Scholarship Selection Committee, Robeson County, 1985-1994.
Deacon, elder, clerk of session Presbyterian Church. Active Boy Scouts American, Lumberton, 1983. Member North Carolina Commission on Children and Youth, 1987-1989, North Carolina Commission on the Family, 1989-1991.
Member Young Life Lumberton committee, 1987-1989. Chairman Robeson County United States Constitution Bicentennial committee, 1986-1987. Member lawyers' advisory committee to North Carolina Commission on Bicentennial of United States Constitution, 1986-1989.
Board directors Robeson County Grp. Home, Lumberton, 1984-1987, Lumberton Economic Advancement for Downtown, Inc., 1987-1990, president, 1988-1989, 89-90. Chairman legislation affairs committee Chamber of Commerce, 1991, 92, 93, board directors, 1992-1994.
Member North Carolina Museum History Associates, 1987-1989. Member regional selection committee Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching Social Studies, 1991. Member American Bar Association (executive committee citizenship education committee 1985-1987, national community law week committee 1982-1983), International Platform Association, North Carolina Bar Association (chairman youth education and constitution bicentennial committee 1986-1987, youth education committee, executive council young lawyers division 1986-1987), Robeson County Bar Association (founder, chairman citizenship education committee 1982-1994, law day committee), 16th Judicial District Bar Association, North Carolina Academy Trial Lawyers, North Carolina College Advocacy, Christian Legal Society (state advisory board 1986-1990, state president 1987), Lumberton C. of Chamber (board directors 1992-1994), Military Officers' Association (honorary life), Order of Old Well, Lumberton Rotary Club (board directors 1995-1996), Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma.
Married Lola Denise Strickland, June 26, 1982. Children: Joshua Carmichael, Stephen Christopher.
One of State's Outstanding Young Democrats Young Democrats North Carolina, 1984-1985. Recipient Algernon Sydney Sullivan award University North Carolina, 1978, Outstanding Young North Carolinian award North Carolina Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1988, Outstanding Young North Carolinians, Heart Robeson Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1988, National Bicentennial Leadership award for Individual Achievement Council for Advancement of Citizenship and Center for Civic Education, Washington, 1987, Governor's Outstanding Volunteer Service award, 1989, Thomas Jefferson award Food Distributors International, 1998, 2002, Guardian of Small Business award, National Federation Indiana Business, 1997-1999, National Rural Health Legislation award, 1999, 2003, Outstanding Health Service award Community Partners Health Net, 2000, Spirit of Enterprise award, United States Chamber of Commerce, 1997-1998, Super Hero award National Association Community Health Centers, 2001-2005, International Public Policy award International Association Personnel Employment, 2002, Law Enforcement award, North Carolina Narcotics Officers Association, 2002, Quality Public Svc./Public Education and Health Care award American Federation Teachers, 2001, Charles Dick Medal of Merit National Guard Association, 2000, Distinguished Service to Agriculture award Robeson County Crop Promotion Association, 2001, Congressional Partnership award National Association Development Organizations, 2002, 2004-2005, National Leadership award, 2006, Admiral's Circuit award National Marine Manufacturers Association, 2004, Most Valuable Player award Senior Citizens League, 2004, True Blue Pro-Family award, Family Research Council, 2006, 07, Distinguished Christian Statesman award, 2006, National Lagislator Tr. award, Service Agency Employees Association, 2007, National Association County Veterans Service Officers, 2008. Named to Legislation Honor Roll Southern Economic Development Council, 1997, 2001-2006, Beach Preservationist of Year, Oak Island Preservation Society, 2005.
National Sports Ethics fellow, Positive Coaching Alliance, 2008.