Title: Educational Administrator
Company: Beaufort County Board of Education
Location: Washington, North Carolina, United States
Eltha Stevenson Booth, Educational Administrator at Beaufort County Board of Education, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in administration.
Desiring to make a difference in the lives of students, when Ms. Booth discovered there was no education representative for the district of Beaufort, North Carolina, she decided to step in. For the past 20 years, she has excelled as a member of the Beaufort County Board of Education. A devoted advocate for the health and safety of the students, Ms. Booth was a strong voice in the decision to keep students home for remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Notably, she was the recipient of an Award for Loyal and Dedicated Services in 2010, an All-State School Board Award for Outstanding Service to Education in 2017 and several achievements awards. Prior to this role, Ms. Booth gained valuable expertise as the deputy registrar of deeds for the County of Beaufort for 15 years and as a member of the board of directors for North Carolina’s School Board Association in 2013.
Backed by studies from Beaufort Community College, Ms. Booth has been involved in numerous civic roles throughout her community. The third vice president of the PS Jones School Alumni, she was also a liaison for the Vocal County Board and PS Jones School Alumni. Additionally, she was secretary of the Newburn Eastern Missionary Baptist Association and president of the Democratic Women of Beaufort County Club in 2014. Reflecting on her illustrious career, Ms. Booth was particularly proud of being appointed grand youth director for the Prince Hall Family of the Order of the East Star. In this role, she was in charge of young women from ages eight to 18 years old, which originally only had 25 women in each state, growing the number to 3,000 by the end of her tenure. Looking ahead, Ms. Booth plans to work faithfully in her work with all of her constituents on equality and genuine representation.
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