CDM Board of Directors

Officers

Chairman - Carl R. Durham

Carl is retired after 38-years in the nuclear industry with Babcock and Wilcox/ BWXT Technologies. He was in various levels of management for 32-years at several locations. At the time of his retirement he was President of American Centrifuge Manufacturing, a joint venture with two companies that was in charge of a $1.4 billion project at multiple sites. He helped develop long range business plans to insure the success of the company. He has previously served as Chairman of the Board of another non-profit organization. Carl has a degree in Engineering Operations from N.C. State University.

Vice Chairman (vacant)

Secretary – Sandy Terryberry

Sandy attended the University of Nebraska. She has been an assistant to legal counsel, paralegal, real estate agent, an IRS agent in all three divisions and a manager in the Audit Division, and a Tax Pro for H&R Block. Sandy and Bill, her husband, ran a marketing company for many years. She has five grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren and has also served as a volunteer for Changing Destinies Ministry and Grace Church.

Treasurer – Jamila Baker

Mila has extensive background in the financial industry. For the last decade, she has served as a Financial Wellness Consultant in her community promoting financial wellness programs and financial education. She is also a survivor of domestic violence and addiction, which has given her a passion to help others.

Board Members

Joanna Coxe

Joanna graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She spent 9 years teaching in various classroom settings before coming becoming Director of Children’s Ministries at her church. She developed and lead a program that served over 250 children. She is very passionate about helping families grow in their faith and providing resources for them. She has been married for 31 years and set an outstanding example to others as a pastor’s wife.

Cameron Dew

Cameron retired after 32 years of employment with a local software company in Southern Pines, NC. Prior to retirement, he was Vice President, Senior Account Manager, and served on their board for over 20 years. He also was a teacher in the Cumberland County School System for 11 years. He is a graduate of Sandhills Community College and East Carolina University. Cameron has a heart to serve others, which comes from his strong faith.

Mamie LeGrand

Mamie has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mass Communications, with a minor in Business Administration from the University of NC at Pembroke. She has twenty plus years of management experience in the non-profit arena. Mamie is the Family Self-Sufficiency Coordinator/Housing Specialist Self-Sufficiency Coordinator with Sandhills Community Action Program, Inc. She links families with affordable housing, resources and services that empower self-sufficiency. With a heart to serve, she leads a prayer team at Grace Church and is also a team leader for 4-H (Dare to be Different) youth group.

Kathy Newcomb

Kathy has a B.S. in math and education along with a Masters in Psychology and Philosophy -Critical and Creative Thinking. She spent 15-years in education as a teacher and an administrator. She then opened her own business as an Interior Designer. Kathy analyzed her clients’ needs, creating plans and specifications in accordance with the timeline and budget. Kathy grew up in the Boston area, moved to Florida, and then had extensive travels as she went with her husband to Singapore and Hong Kong for four years. Today, Kathy is very active in the community participating in many organizations with various responsibilities helping to make the world a blessing for all. She is currently serving as CDM's Fund Raising and Development Director.

Glen Webb

Glen holds a Master in Business Administration from UNC Pembroke, a BS in Public Leadership from East Carolina and an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from Pitt Community College. He is currently the Chief of Police for the Village of Pinehurst. He has been in various levels of police work for 24 years. He has served as Chair of the National Law enforcement Sub-committee and Vice-Chair of the Justice committee for the National Association of Counties. He has also served as a Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Pitt County Commissioner.

Ex-Offico Board Members

President / Executive Director - Kym Nixon

Kym co-founded Changing Destinies Ministry in January 2013. She led an outreach and security team to minister to women at high-risk of trafficking and conducted outreach and awareness during the 2014 U.S. Open and Bike Week in Myrtle Beach. Her work history consists of 24-years in the Navy as a Hospital Corpsman and an instructor for 11-years at two Naval training facilities. After retirement, she was then employed by the Army as a contract instructor for eight years. She has an M.Ed in e-learning Technology and Design from Jones International University. As the mother of a trafficking survivor, she brings personal experience and insights to the organization.

Assistant Executive Director – Iris Kelly-Wallace

Iris has spent the last thirty years working in residential settings with individuals that have mental disorders or intellectual disabilities, unaccompanied minors, foster children, and sex trafficked teenagers. She has worked in various capacities as a direct support professional, residential counselor, program coordinator, human resources trainer/recruiter, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Specialist. She has earned an AAS in Criminal Justice, BIS - Public and Nonprofit Administration and MS in Advanced Studies in Human Behavior. She possesses a wealth of knowledge regarding trauma informed care and has been trained in the faith based trauma informed care model called Sanctuary. Most importantly, she hopes her faith and walk with Christ to show the vulnerable and exploited residents that their pain can be replaced with the joy of the Lord.