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Reginald D. McCaskill is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and is married to the former Aimee Hampton. Together they have one son Christian Alexander.
Education: Reginald D. McCaskill is a 1985 graduate of Winston-Salem State University where he majored in Political Science with a concentration in Public Administration and a minor in Music.
Reginald is very active in the community paticiapting on a number of boards such as the City of Winston-Salem Housing Hope IV Advisory Board; Criminal Justice Advisory Board; Forsyth County Father & Son Advisory Board; City of Winston-Salem Youth Council Administrator; Darryl Hunt Project, Self-Directed Group (Winston-Salem Common vision) Winston-Salem State University Athletic Board and The Corps Network Board of Director 2008-2011, Forsyth Court Volunteer Board of Directors; city of Winston-Salem Weed and Seed; Winston-Salem State University Friends of the Library; East Winston Rescue Squad (Vice President); Winston-Salem State University Homecoming Steering Board, Winston-Salem Urban League Board of Directors, Winston-Salem State Friends of the Library.
Excellence in Corps Operation 2006
Former Chair of Corps Forum Planning Committee
Forum Workshop Presenter “How the Market your Corps”
Forum Presenter “How Corps connect with local Government and WIA” (Delegation from Winston-Salem presented.)
Fraternity Affiliations: Past President of Alpha Alpha Gamma Sigma, First NC State Director of Sigma Clubs, Past NC State Director two terms, Past and First Regional Director of Sigma Beta Clubs, Past S. E. Associate Regional Director, currently serving a second term as President of the Delta Sigma Chapter in Winston-Salem, NC.
Professional Consultant for Winston-Salem State University (using service corps model to serve the at risk youth population.
20 year celebration of The Northwest Piedmont Service Corps 1990-2010
Workshop Presenter for the Department of Justice (Proven Reentry Models for Weed and Seed Sites)
In his professional life, he is currently the Director of the Northwest Piedmont Service Corps. He has served as Program Director for the past 27 years and with the workforce development department for 27 years. In this capacity he was able to grow this fledging “project” in to a full-service program serving young men and women of the Winston-Salem area. His program was met with such success that in January of 2005, it was expanded into neighboring counties. Before that, he was the Youth Program Coordinator for the City of Winston Salem. His professional development has allowed him to receive certificates from UNC-CH and most recently a certificate as a career development facilitator. He has received a number of awards, most notably the Prestigious Outstanding Young Man Award.
Reginald is very active in his community serving as local and state president of his fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma. He has been active in several organizations, including Boy Scouts of America, Forsyth Court Volunteers, Southeast Winston Rescue Squad and Habitat for Humanity. He currently sits on the board of several organizations.
Music has always been a big part of his life. In his youth, Reginald was a part of several church and community choirs, mostly notably the William Raines Senior High School Chorale, a group recognized for its vocal accomplishments across the South. During college he was a member of the Winston Salem State University Choir, Scholar Cantorum, and University Singers. He is an l985 graduate of Winston Salem State University where he majored in Political Science and minored in Music with a concentration in Voice.
He is the Minister of Music and Elder of Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church. He is responsible for overseeing a music ministry of 7 Choirs and Praise teams Dance Ministry and Drama Ministry.
He is a successful businessman as President and CEO of Maximum Enterprise Inc., a consulting, promotion and entertainment company in the Triad Area.