Millie Hall receives Communication & Leadership Award

Millie Hall receives Communication & Leadership Award
Posted on 07/24/2014
Millie Hall receives Communication and Leadership award from Kemp Edwards of the Toastmasters Club

Kannapolis City Board of Education member, Millie Hall, is the 2014 winner of the Communication & Leadership Award. The honor is given annually by the Goldmine Toastmasters Club to recognize a community member who has contributed significantly in leadership and has exhibited exceptional communication to the public.

Millie Hall has been serving the children of our community for almost 40 years.  She was part of Kannapolis City’s first-ever elected school board in 1978. She is currently serving her tenth consecutive term on the board. Hall also has served the community in many other capacities. She was the first woman to become chairperson of the Kannapolis Chamber of Commerce, and she was the first person—male or female—to serve two consecutive terms as chair. She won a Special Volunteer Award from Governor Jim Hunt and was honored with the Governor’s Award to Education. She has served on the Board of Directors of the North Carolina School Boards Association, and she has been named the North Carolina Woman of the Year by the state’s Business and Professional Women. She also has received North Carolina’s highest civilian award, the Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

Previous recipients of the Toastmaster’s Communication & Leadership Award include Judge Clarence Horton, Former Kannapolis Mayor Bachman Brown, Former Chamber President John Cox, and Ed Hosack of the Cooperative Christian Ministry. Millie Hall received her award on July 19th in Concord. 

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