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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Hamlet’s Brewington serves the Sandhills

Dr. Fallon McIver Brewington
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Hamlet native Dr. Fallon McIver Brewington is the current CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills in Moore County and was just named as the upcoming vice president of continuing education and workforce development at Sandhills Community College.

The former Hamlet Red Ram and Richmond Raider completed high school at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management with a concentration in Management Information Systems degree in 2002 from North Carolina State University and a Master in Science degree in Vocational Education from East Carolina University in 2009. In December of 2021, she fulfilled the requirements for her Doctorate in Adult and Community College Education from North Carolina State University. 

Dr. Brewington’s twenty years of professional experience in a variety of public non-profit and higher education sectors includes: 

  • Certified Professional in Talent Development
  • Adjunct Business and Information Technologies Instructor at Richmond Community College
  • Communities In Schools Director of Network Relations and Training 
  • Director of Talent Development for Communities In Schools of North Carolina, 
  • Executive Director of Communities in Schools of Richmond County
  • Business counselor/e-marketing specialist with the Small Business Technology   Development Center at Fayetteville State University 
  • Vice-President/City Executive for State Employee’s Credit Union

An active member of the Moore County community, Dr. Brewington serves as the president of Moore Young Professionals, vice chair of Habitat for Humanity of the Sandhills, and past president of the Junior League of Moore County. She is also a member of the Aberdeen Parks & Recreation Advisory Council, Moore County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Task Force and the Sunrise Theater board of directors. 

In March 2021, she was named as one of the 20 under 40 by The Pilot Newspaper and selected at as a College of Education Alumni Ambassador for N.C. State University December 2021.


Additionally, Dr. Brewington is a member of Raleigh Triangle Area Association of Talent Development, VR/AR Association, Golden Key International Honor Society, Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Phi Beta Kappa, Texas Computer Education Association, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the American Evaluation Association. 

She has a 17-year-old daughter, Brianna, who is a senior and plans to attend North Carolina State University for biomedical engineering and 9-year-old son, Jaiden, who loves golf and video games, especially VR.

Join us today in celebrating the immense success of one of our own from Richmond County: Dr. Fallon McIver Brewington! 

Meghann Lambeth is executive director of the Richmond County Tourism Development Authority.

(Editor’s Note: Visit Richmond County is highlighting prominent local African Americans each day in February in honor of Black History Month. Previous individuals featured include late Richmond County sheriff James E. Clemmons Jr., late state representative Harrison Ingram Quick, dancer and makeup artist Ciarra Kelley, Ellerbe Mayor Brenda Capel, two-time Super Bowl champion Perry Williams, Bishop Arlester Simpson of Ellerbe, Richmond County School Board member Ronald Tillman, and educator Melvin Ingram. See the Visit Richmond County Facebook page for more on these outstanding individuals.)

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