Christy Culbreth currently works at Wilkes Community College as a student advisor where the vision is to provide programs, resources, and services that create quality educational, economic, and cultural opportunities for the students in Wilkes, Ashe, and Alleghany counties. While in service to these students Christy provides opportunities for students to build their futures.
Christy holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in Political Science, as well as a master’s degree in Education from the University of South Carolina but maintains that she is a lifelong learner. Throughout her career, she has supported programs and quality enhancement plans, managed budgets, supported students, and met the daily challenges of uncertainty in Higher Education. Christy has been interested in the arts since a young age, and will always try a new skill, including most recently a pottery class through LPCCA. She is passionate about supporting the arts and is looking to support this more as the LPCCA’s most recent board member. Christy moved to Ashe with her husband Duncan in 2021. Peach and Harold Culbreth, Duncan’s grandparents, were residents of Ashe since the mid-eighties. Christy and Duncan first visited Ashe County together in 2014 and the rest was history.
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