Derrick L. Fogg, a family and consumer sciences teacher at Warren County High School, has been chosen by the assessment development group at Educational Testing Service, Princeton, N.J., to participate on the Praxis Family and Consumer Sciences National Advisory Committee.
The Educational Testing Service is working to develop a new teacher certification test for Praxis Family and Consumer Sciences.
Fogg earned his associates degree in Applied Science in Culinary Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Service Management from Johnson &Wales University, and Masters of Arts degree in Human Resource Management from Wester University.
Fogg serves as District 3 advisor for Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Department of Public Instruction State Management Team-FCCLA Division, executive board member of North Carolina Association of Career and Technical Educators-Family and Consumer Sciences Division, member of American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences and North Carolina Association of Educators.
He is one of the 2011 recipients of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Trailblazer Award and a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.
Fogg is the son of Marshall L. and Tillie H. Fogg of Warrenton, and the grandson of the late M. Jack and Anna H. Hendrick, and Junious L. and Julia B. Fogg.
He is a member of Locust Grove Baptist Church in Wise, where he serves as the vice president of the Usher Board, youth co-leader, member of the Fellowship Hall Committee, Program Committee, and chairperson of the Pastoral Search Committee.
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