The advisory board members for “The Regulators” forms a major asset in this production. Their combined experiences within the community, in film and acting, and in history ensures that this production is accurate, effective, and technically driven. There are not enough words to thank these for donating their time and efforts to this project.
Meet Dr. Ted Scott Henson
Dr. Henson is a retired educator born and raised in Franklinville, North Carolina. He received his BA and M.Ed. from Campbell University and his D.Ed. from Western Carolina University. During his forty years in education, he taught social studies and language arts in E. M. Rollins Elementary School in Vance County, served as Instructional Support Programs Director for Perquimans County Schools and was Director of Elementary Education in Alamance County Schools. He then went to Western Carolina University as a Center Fellow for the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
During his career, he was named the Outstanding Young Educator of North Carolina by the North Carolina Jaycees in 1976 and then was selected as North Carolina Teacher of the Year in 1977. He was served as the Outreach Assistant for Canadian Studies at Duke University’s Canadian Studies Center from 1979 – 1989. He served as President of the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies from 1993 to 1995 and as President of the National Social Studies Supervisors Association in 2002. In addition he served as President of the North Carolina Geographic Alliance from 1989 – 1992.
Dr. Henson served as President of the Alamance Battleground Friends for the first seven years of that organization’s existence. He continues to be a volunteer at the site editing the newsletter, The Regulator, as well as portraying Rednap Howell, one of the leaders of the Regulation Movement for special events and speaking engagements.
Meet John Maynard
Executive Director of the American Red Cross
Founder of TR Labs
Educated at Appalachian State University and University of North Carolina
Born and raised in Alamance County, NC with a background in Research & Development, Manufacturing and a great interest in community service and support. John has had a lifelong interest in photography with experience in commercial still photography, videography and cinema set photography. His most recent photo experience is with the local Christian Production by Cornelius Muller Productions “Sacred Kind of Love” under the direction of Burgess Jenkins to be released in early Fall, 2014.
Meet Wayne Pecinich
Owner of CSM Video Productions/Independent Movie Producer
Retired Law Enforcement Officer with the Burlington Police Department
Former Criminologist, Investigator, and Multi-media Specialist with BPD
Trained in video production as part of his duties at the Burlington Police Department, Wayne caught the movie-making bug. He was cast as an active extra in Patch Adams and Bruno and produces training videos for local law enforcement agencies. He has also produced documentary shorts and assisted on Roger Edwards’ “Trouble in the Water” and Jim McQuaid’s “After the Peak.” He most recently was the director/producer of “From Faith to Freedom.” Wayne also assists in production and filming for the local community channel.
Meet Walter Yates Boyd
An attorney at law, graduate of Elon, UNCG, and The George Washington University, Walter is numbered among the major players in theatrical productions in Alamance County. He brings many years of production experience and expertise to this production.