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  Woodsmall, Steve
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  2019-01-01  
 
NameSteve Woodsmall
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Brevard, North Carolina , United States
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InfoSteve Woodsmall enlisted in the US Air Force in 1975 and retired at the rank of Major (0-4). He held command positions in five separate assignments. Woodsmall was recognized during his service as Company Grade Officer of the Year, Center for Professional Development, Maxwell Air Force Base, and Outstanding Airman of the Year, Scott Air Force Base.



He was selected as Jaycees “Outstanding Young Men of America” in 1983 and again in 1988. He holds a master's degree in Business Administration and a PhD in Organization and Management. He has also published academic papers and authored a book, “It Beats Eatin’ Lizards—Lessons in Life and Leadership.”



Following retirement from the Air Force, Steve held positions at the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Aviation Administration, several corporate leadership positions, a community action agency, and has taught at several colleges and universities including graduate courses for the Forbes School of Business.



He has been active in the Transylvania community, previously serving as the Executive Director for the VISION Transylvania leadership program, a member of the Transylvania County Planning Board, and board of directors for Brevard Little Theatre, where he has performed in numerous productions. He has also conducted seminars for the Transylvania County Chamber of Commerce, is a member of the Transylvania County NAACP, and has volunteered at Schenk Job Corps. He is also active in local Moms Demand Action and Be SMART groups.



Woodsmall is also a former NCAA women’s college basketball official, AAU national official, and is currently a North Carolina high school basketball official. He and his wife BJ have six children and eight grandchildren and reside in Pisgah Forest, where their property is a National Wildlife Federation certified wildlife habitat.

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