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Beverly Eaves Perkins (born Beverly Marlene Moore, 1947) is an American businesswoman, politician, and member of the Democratic Party who served as the 73rd Governor of North Carolina from 2009 to 2013.
She was North Carolina's first female governor. Perpete began her political career in the 1980s and served in the North Carolina House of Representatives.
She served five terms in the North Carolina Senate before being elected as the 32nd Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina for the 32nd time.
Perez was elected Governor of North Carolina in 2008 by a narrow margin over Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory. Perec, who had already had declining approval ratings, declared on January 26, 2012 that she did not run for reelection in the 2012 gubernatorial election.
She resigned from office in January 2013.
Early life and education
Beverly Marlene Moore was born in 1947 in Grundy, Virginia, the daughter of Alfred P. and Irene Morefield Moore. Her father, a coal miner and co-founder of a coal mining business, went on to become CEO of a large utility company, but she was still a coal miner and co-founder. She received a B.A. She earned her degree in 1969 from the University of Kentucky, where she served as a Kappa Kappa Gamma member as well as a M.Ed. Both from the University of Florida earned a degree in community college administration in 1974 and a PhD in Education Administration in 1976.
She is an Episcopalian. Perpete served as a public school educator and as the administrator of geriatric services at a community hospital in New Bern, Connecticut, before moving to public service, and she earned a Ph.D. in Education Administration.
Perpetue lives in New Bern. Garrett (b.) - She has been married to Bob Eaves since 1997 and has two grown sons. Emmett, 1976 (b. ), and Emmett (b. 1979 (from her first marriage to Gary Perez Pere, which spanned 1970 to 1994. She continues to use "Perdue" as her last name, while her new married name is used as her middle name.
She was a Resident Fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics in Spring 2013. She founded an education consulting firm after her Harvard fellowship.
Perpete, a graduate student and researcher at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy, where she worked with faculty and students and also served as an advisor for Duke's Center for Child and Family Policy in August 2013.
Persuade was appointed to the National Assessment of Educational Progress in 2017 and re-appointed in 2021. She became the board's first female chair in 2018 and was re-elected to the chair for the second time in 2021.