Dr. Bill Harrison has been an outstanding school administrator and very involved as a leader in the NCHSAA. Harrison has been involved with public education in the North Carolina since 1984 and is presently serving as interim superintendent of the Alamance-Burlington school system. Previously he has served as a teacher, principal and superintendent, including 12 years as superintendent of the Cumberland County schools. He also served as superintendent in the Hoke and Orange County systems. From 2009 through ’13, he was chairman of the State Board of Education and senior advisor to Governor Beverly Perdue for education transformation. Bill served two different terms as president of the NCHSAA and was on the “100 to Remember” list of administrators as part of the NCHSAA Centennial Celebration. He is a graduate of Methodist University, received a masters at East Carolina and his Ed.D degree at Vanderbilt.
July 8, 2019