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Alumnus Honored for Service

Michael D. Page, D.Min.

North Carolina Central University alumnus Michael D. Page, D.Min., dedication to service within his community has led to an invite to the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame.

Page will be formally installed on Sept. 27, 2019, at the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Atlanta.

He currently serves as director of External Affairs for NCCU and was previously the director of Campus Ministries at the institution for a number of years.

With extensive community and civic affiliations, Page has a wealth of expertise in community and government relations. In May 2000, he was elected to the Durham Board of Education and later became its first African American chairman. Page also served on the Durham County Board of Commissioners for 12 years where he was chairman for eight years.

Currently, he is a member of the Durham Technical Community College Board of Trustees and Urban Ministries Board, and serves as chairman of the Lawrence and Artelia Perry Scholarship Board of Directors. Additionally, Page is the pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Durham, executive director of United Christian Campus Ministry, and founder and chairman of Antioch Builds Community Inc., a non-profit created and developed to improve the quality of life in the Durham community.
He has received numerous honors, including the Chancellor’s Merit Award during the 2003 Founder’s Day Celebration at North Carolina Central University and recognition as Tar Heel of the Week by the Raleigh News & Observer.

The Roseland, Va., native holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Administration from NCCU, a Master of Divinity degree from Shaw University and a Doctor of Ministry from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio.


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