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Carolyn Garris Announces Her Intention of Running for Chair for the Republican Party of Beaufort County

Carolyn Garris
    Carolyn Garris has worked with the Pitt County Soil and Water Conservation District since 1992 as an Administrative Assistant/Certified Environmental Educator. In 2011, Carolyn received an award for Environmental Educator of the Year for the State of North Carolina. In 2019, Carolyn received District Administrative Professional of the Year for the State of North Carolina. She also worked as a lead legal secretary, office manager, and self-insured health administrator. Carolyn has served and chaired many committees during her career.

    Carolyn has been a registered Republican all her adult life. She believes support of our elected officials does not end after the vote. She believes we should be in the arena with our leaders showing our support and sharing their message.

    Carolyn believes it is the mission of the Republican Party of Beaufort County to elect excellent Republican candidates. We must seek excellent candidates to promote for the betterment of our communities and nation. Carolyn firmly believes leaders need to be engaged with their community. Citizens must have the opportunity to meet and get to know those elected to represent them.

    During the 2020 election, Carolyn volunteered at the Republican office, registered several citizens to vote, volunteered during early elections, and worked at her precinct (Woodard's Pond) on election day for sixteen hours. Carolyn also attended rallies and delivered political signs to many.

    EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

    8 hours of NCSBE Campaign Finance Mandatory Compliance Training, 2020 Business Administration/HR Management, Pitt Community College, Transferred to University of Mount Olive
    A.S. University of Mount Olive, 2019
    B.A. Business Administration/Computer Information Systems, University of Mount Olive, 2021 Inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success, 2008


  • Carolyn Garris, CEE
  • 7294 Broad Creek Road
  • Washington, NC 27889
  • Ph: 252.944.3307
  • Email: carolyngarris88@gmail.com



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