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Roxanne Moses is a teacher at Statesville Middle School in the Iredell-Statesville School Disctrict. She has a Master's degree in curriculum development with a major in secondary mathematics from the State University of New York at Oswego. She taught middle and high school math and science in New York State for 16 years. She started teaching in North Carolina in 2004. She has taught 6th grade students the past 3 years. She has participated in a NASA summer program for teachers. Roxanne is Mooresville Graded School District’s 2007 Teacher of the Year and winner of the Ben Craig Outstanding Teacher award. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, the professional honorary organization of women educators.

John Dodson is Community/NASCAR Team Relations Director at NASCAR Technical Institute. John has extensive experience with racing. He has worked with many drivers including Richard Childress, Richard Petty, Buddy Bakers, Rusty Wallace and others. John resides in Mooresville with his wife, Kelly, and two daughters, Hunter and Ashton. He was named 2006 Mooresville Citizen of the Year. He is on the Board of Directors for the Mooresville-South Iredell Chamber of Commerce, a member of Mooresville Planning and Zoning Board, chairman of the Mooresville Crime Stoppers Board of Directors and a member of the Lake Norman Homeschoolers Steering Committee.

Eric Klang is an associate professor in the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering department at North Carolina State University. He is the director of undergraduate programs for the department and among other responsibilities Eric serves as faculty advisor for Wolfpack Motorsports. Eric earned his PhD at Virginia Tech and worked at NASA-Langley, Delft University of Technology and the University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign before coming to NC State. He has received many teaching and advising awards while at NC State and continues his involvement in those areas.

Dr. Maxa is an Associate Professor in the Department of 4-H Youth Development and Family & Consumer Sciences. Dr. Maxa responsibility lies in the development of curricula for the 4-H program and in training others in its use. Dr. Maxa is nationally known for his curriculum development having served two terms on the National 4-H Curriculum Committee, has served as a curriculum reviewer, and has led and participated in several national curriculum design teams.