State of North Carolina
Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Donald Pinchback Appointed as Juvenile Chief Court Counselor for the 9a Judicial
Date: July 22, 2004
RALEIGH - The North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention appointed Donald Pinchback as Chief Court Counselor of judicial district 9a,
which includes Person and Caswell counties.
"Donald brings confidence and leadership to his new position," said Central Area
Administrator Kathy Dudley. "He has outstanding skills and a strong desire to help
communities and families. With his expertise, youth and families will continue to benefit
from his leadership."
Pinchback brings to his position over 10 years of experience working with at-risk youth.
He has been with DJJDP since 1991, when he began work as an Intensive Monitoring
Counselor in the 8 th district. Just one year later, Pinchback co-founded the African-
American Mentorship Program. In 1993, Pinchback began work in the 10 th district as a
Juvenile Court Counselor, and three years later became an Intensive Probation Counselor.
In 1999, he became a Court Counselor Supervisor.
"It is a pleasure to return to my hometown and to serve youth in this capacity," Pinchback
Pinchback attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and received his degree
in Criminal Justice in 1990. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc and is an active
member of Raleigh's Phi Lambda Chapter. He and his wife Pamelia have two children,
Cana, 5 and Corey, 1.