Wanda CarterWanda Maynor Carter (Lumbee) has devoted many years of volunteer service to the American Indian community and to the larger community of Charlotte, N.C.  As an advocate for Indian people and a noted lecturer, Carter has been recognized at the local and state levels by several Indian organizations, at the national level by the National Indian Education Association and served as an N.C. delegate to the White House Conference on Indian Education. A most treasured honor received by Carter was her recognition as one of the “American Indian Women of Proud Nations” honorees at the inaugural women’s conference.  A retiree from the Charlotte Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Carter and her husband Vail reside in Charlotte and their daughter and son-in-law reside in Harrisburg, N. C. Mrs. Carter is a native of Pembroke, N.C., earned degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Queens University in Charlotte, N.C., and is a graduate of the North Carolina Bankers Association’s School of Banking.