Durham, North Carolina 27701 (919) 682-5211 Fax: (9l9) 683-1694



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A. J. Howard Clement, III

411 W. Chapel Hill Street


Durham, North Carolina 27701


(919) 682-5211

Fax: (9l9) 683-1694

E-mail: Howard.Clement@durhamnc.gov




Date of Birth Residence
March 12, 1934 2505 E. Weaver Street, 27707

Cleveland, North Carolina (Rowan County) Fax: (919) 560-4942


Education
1955 Howard University, Washington, D. C. B.A. Degree, Political Science and History

1960 Howard University School of Law, Washington, D. C. LL. B. Degree


Employed with North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Durham, North Carolina, March 1, 1961 through December 31, 1991
Honors and Awards
2008 Local living Legends Award - City of Durham

2005 NAACP Citizenship Award

2004 Human Rights Day Award – Durham Human Relations Commission

2000 Keeper of the Dream Award – Durham Martin Luther King, Jr. Steering Committee

1997 Whitney M. Young Service Award - Occoneechee Council, Boys Scout of America

1996 Co-Visionary Award - Downtown Durham, Inc.

1996 Community Service Award - Seventh Day Adventist Church

1995 Outstanding Service Award - North Central Legal Aid Society

1992 Order of the Long Leaf Pine - State of North Carolina

1988 Community Service Award - The Durham Jaycees, Inc.

1984 Distinguished Alumni Citation, Howard University

1982 Silver Beaver Award - Occoneechee Council, Boys Scouts of America

1978 Man of the Year Award - State of North Carolina (Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.)

1973 Civic Award - The King’s Club, Inc.


Professional Affiliations
Member, American Bar Association (1968-1988)

Member, National Bar Association

Member, South Carolina State Bar Association

Member, North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers

Charter Member, George H. White Bar Association (Parliamentarian 1991-1993)

Member, North Carolina Bar Association, Senior Lawyers Division

Member, Durham County Bar Association
Religious Affiliations
Member, Saint Titus Episcopal Church, Durham, North Carolina: Vestry Member (1978-1982)

Treasurer (1992-1994)

Licensed Lay Minister II, Chalicist, Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina

Member, Episcopal Church Foundation, Diocese of North Carolina, Chairman (2001-2004)


Political Affiliations
City Council Liaison, Durham Housing Authority (1997-Present), Citizens Advisory Committee

(1985-Present)

Appointed, Mayor Pro Tempore, Durham City Council, 1997-2001

Chairman, New City Manager Search Committee, 1996-1997

Member, Durham-Chapel Hill Study Group (1993-Present)

Delegate (12th Congressional District) 1992 Republican National Convention, Houston, Texas

Delegate (2nd Congressional District) 1988 Republican National Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana

Appointed January 27, 1991 by Gov. James G. Martin to the N. C. Job Training Coordinating Council Executive Board, Governor’s Commission on Work Force Preparedness

Appointed April 13, 1988 by Gov. James G. Martin, Chairman, Governor’s Rail Passenger

Service Task Force

Appointed December 30, 1987 by Gov. James G. Martin, The Community Development Council

Appointed May 16, 1983 to Durham City Council for unexpired term, Ward 3

Elected to Durham City Council for four year term November 1985; subsequently re-elected in

11/89, 11/93, 11/97, 11/01 and 11/05 – Ward 2

Chairman, Public Works Committee, 1989-1997

Chairman, Transportation Advisory Council for Durham City-County, Chapel Hill, and Orange

County areas, 1984-1985

Appointed August 3, 1977 by Gov. James B. Hunt, Jr., as Representative to the North Carolina General Assembly and served until November 1978

Member, Durham County Democratic Executive Committee; Secretary, 1968-72; Chairman,

1974-77; Second Vice Chairman, 1981-83

Member, State Democratic Executive Committee, 1968-78 and 1981-83

Member, Rules Committee, 1972 Democratic National Convention - Miami Beach, Florida

President, Young Democratic Club, Durham County, 1969-71

Appointed by Gov. Robert W. Scott to the State Democratic Reorganization Commission, 1968-69


Educational Affiliations
City Council Liaison, Closing the Achievement Gap Committee (2000-Present)

HOSTS Mentor, Fayetteville Street Elementary School (1995-Present)


Member, Advisory Committee, Holloway Street School Academic Center




Educational Affiliations (continued)
Member, Hillside High School Academic Advisory Boards - Law and Government; Business and Finance

Member, Model School Task Force, Hillside High School

Member, Blue Ribbon Study Commission, Durham High School

Board Member and First Chairman, Durham Mathematics Council (affiliated with the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics), 1984-1990

Charter Member, Research Triangle Chapter of the Howard University Alumni Association; Vice President, National Alumni Association, 1976-1978

Chairman, Business Advisory Committee, Hillside High School, 1990-1994

Participant, Management Game, Duke University Graduate School of Business Administration, 1976-83

Chairman, Durham City Schools’ Committee to Study Characteristics of the Junior High/Middle School Concepts, 1981-82

PTA President: Lakewood Elementary School, 1970-71; Fayetteville Street Elementary School, 1972-75; Shepard Middle School, 1975-77; Hillside High School, 1977-81
Civic Affiliations
Member, Board of Directors, Durham Chapter, American Red Cross (2007 – Present)

Member, Board of Directors, Durham Chapter, Operation Breakthrough (2006 – Present)

Member, Board of Directors, Durham Chapter, Habitat for Humanity (2006- Present)

Member, Board of Directors, Durham Public Education Network (1997-Present)

Co-Chairman, Crime Cabinet

Member, Education Cabinet, Durham Chamber of Commerce

Co-Convenor, Local Organizing Committee, Million Man March, 1995

Member, Board of Directors, Durham-Chapel Hill Affiliate, American Heart Association

and its Durham Cultural Diversity Task Force (1996-1998)

Member, Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Durham Health Partners (1998-2002)

Co-Founder, Downtown Durham, Inc., 1993

Mentor, Rites of Passage, 1993-1999

Member, Board of Directors, Durham Business and Professional Chain

Appointed to the Board of Directors Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1994-1997

Member, Board of Directors, Eagle Village Community Development Corp., Vice President (1996-2001)

Member, Advisory Board, Teen Court

READS Advisory Committee, Durham Housing Authority

Member, Board of Trustees, Central Children’s Home of North Carolina (Vice Chairman 9/00-9/01)

Member, James E. Shepard Sertoma Club, (9/87-Present)

Member, Board of Managers, Centura National Bank, (Chairman, 1991-1993)

Member, Durham Rotary Club, 1981 (President 7/00-7/01)

Director, North Carolina Zoological Society, 1986-1988

Member, WTVD Minority Affairs Advisory Committee, 1972-Present

Civic Affiliations (continued)
Life Member, NAACP

Member, Executive Committee, Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America

Chairman, Urban Emphasis Committee, Occoneechee Council (Durham)

Chairman, Mawat District (Durham), Boy Scouts of America, 1980-82

Chairman, Black Solidarity Committee for Community Improvement, 1968-69

Member, Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce - Local Government Committee; Education

Committee

First Vice-Chairman, Durham City-County Charter Commission, 1971-75

Member, Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People (1961-Present; Chairman, Education Committee, 1972-77)
Fraternal Affiliations
Life Member, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Initiated 12/52, Beta Chapter Howard

University) currently affiliated with Beta Theta Lambda Chapter, Durham, NC

Member, A. S. Hunter Lodge #825, Prince Hall Masons

Member, Alpha Tau Boule, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity (Initiated 7/85, Durham, NC)






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