Chuck Hensey, a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, has worked in Education his entire adult life. He earned an Undergraduate Degree from Tulane University, in American Studies and a Masters in Secondary Education, from Campbell University. While at Tulane, Chuck learned how to cheer for questionable sports teams, to embrace spicy food, and track down great jazz performances. Chuck taught high school Social Studies, in the North Carolina Public Schools for 15 years. A majority of those years of instruction were at South Johnston High School, in Four Oaks, North Carolina. He currently works as an Educational Consultant with TOPS at NC State and has worked at the Department of Public Instruction. Chuck attended Governor’s School West in the summer of 1988, with a concentration on Instrumental Music featuring the Viola. Chuck has served in a variety of roles for the NC Governor’s School Alumni Association starting in 2006 and was elected President in 2014. He is a member of First Presbyterian Church of Raleigh where he has served as a deacon. He sits on the board of the Longleaf School of the Arts, an educational institution supported by many talented Governor’s School teachers and alumni. Chuck is married and has twin teenagers.