Mr. Fields is an attorney and senior partner with the Raeford law firm of Willcox, McFadyen, Fields & Sutherland. The firm, the oldest law firm in Hoke County, has three attorneys and seven support staff. Mr. Fields graduated from Appalachian State University in 1989 with a bachelor of arts in economics. He received his juris doctorate from Campbell University School of Law in 1992. Mr. Fields has served as Hoke County attorney, City of Raeford attorney, and bar president for Judicial District 16A. He represents several corporate clients in Hoke County. He lives in Raeford with his wife, Wendy, and daughter, Clair.
Mr. Martin serves his church as a deacon and is an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church in America. He has experience in business, finance, government, design, and nonprofit administration. After receiving an education in architecture and city planning, Mr. Martin worked as a city planner and community development program manager for municipalities. He and his wife owned a Christian bookstore for 17 years, and Mr. Martin was president and chief executive officer of a nonprofit small business lender. He has five grandchildren currently attending Sandhills Classical Christian School.
John Stamas, co-founder of Defender Capital Partners is a graduate of Rutgers College. John has served in several board positions including: Charlotte Symphony, Charlotte Center City Partners, Historic Southend, Brookstone Schools-inner city classical Christian school, and CharlotteOne. John’s athletic experience includes coaching boy’s basketball for Charlotte Latin High School and Olympic High School. Folks most admired are Christ, William Wilberforce, Lincoln, excellent and dedicated teachers, and anyone who can dunk! John is happy to be part of the team helping SCCS reach as many people as possible.
Alan Terry graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a M.B.A degree in Finance. Originally from Missouri, Alan and his wife Penny moved to the area in 2001. They have two children and three grandchildren and are greatly involved in the community. Alan enjoys staying active with special interests in cycling, golf, and tennis. Alan and Penny attend Christ Community Church where Alan currently serves on the elder board.
Jamie Encinosa is the Executive Vice President of Operations for Rhetson Companies located in Moore County. She holds a B.S. degree in Worship and Music Studies and a M.A. degree in Management and Leadership from Liberty University as well as General Contractor licenses in North Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee. Originally from Maryland, Jamie met her husband Mat while attending Liberty University and moved to Moore County in 2013. Mat serves as Pastor of Worship Ministries at Christ Community Church and they have two children currently enrolled at SCCS.