Board of Education
Thelma Byers-Bailey
Thelma Byers-Bailey, Vice-Chairperson
Byers-Bailey was elected to the Board of Education in 2013 to represent District 2. A native Charlottean, she graduated from West Charlotte High School before earning a bachelor’s degree in physics and math from Fisk University. She holds a law degree from St. Louis University Law School and master’s degree from the St. Louis Joint Degree Program. While practicing law in California she served the Wiley Manual Bar Association as president and the California State Bar Conference of Delegates as a member of the Calendar Coordinating Committee before retiring to return home to Charlotte. Byers-Bailey is president of the Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Association, serves as a member of the Friendship CDC Board of Directors and the African American Community Fund’s Board of Directors. She has served as an after-school math tutor for 4th and 5th grade students , as well as a mentor for an 8th grader at Walter G. Byers School. Ms. Byers-Bailey has two adult children and seven grandchildren. Her salary for serving on the board is $1,574.33per month.


Phone:
980-272-1943
Fax:
980-343-7128
Email:
thelmab.bailey


P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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