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Board Bio Dr. Aaron Noble

Aaron Noble
Board Director, Vice Chair

Dr. Aaron Noble

“One of the things that really excites me about our credit union is serving a population that is near and dear to my heart: local government employees in North Carolina.”

As a municipal leader, Dr. Aaron P. Noble Jr. characterizes his career as, “one of adventure, achievement, and personal satisfaction.” He served North Carolina’s local government for 32 years: a decade as the City of Burlington’s public information officer — the city’s first — and the remaining time as its human resources director. Noble’s extensive career inspires his commitment to the community he knows best. 


Having earned a Bachelor of Science degree in communications from Hampton University; a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and a doctorate in education from North Carolina State University, Noble brought his expertise to the credit unions.
He has served as a credit union volunteer since 1997, first as a member of the LGFCU Northern Piedmont Advisory Council. Later, he served on the Loan Review Committee for several years, prior to his appointment to the LGFCU Board of Directors in 2011. In 2018, Noble served with the group of founding members who organized and chartered Civic Federal Credit Union. 


With the merger of LGFCU and Civic, Noble believes the credit union will be able to offer much more to members. He recognizes the importance of making sure members feel confident doing business in new ways, and knows the credit union will take security, service, reliability, accessibility, and financial literacy seriously.  

“That's what it's really all about, people helping people,” he says. “We're going to have even greater efforts now in educating our members and helping them to better manage their finances, and helping them to better prepare for the future.”

Trustworthy, dependable and caring are words to describe the legacy Noble wants to leave. He takes pride in the reputation he’s established in his city, as someone who stands by his word and genuinely cares about his community, and his commitment to North Carolina local government is unwavering.

Aaron Noble speaking on stage


  • Member and past president, Alamance Community College Foundation Board of Directors

Past volunteerism, memberships & activities

  • Past president, Alamance County Human Resources Association
  • Past president (two terms), North Carolina Organization of Municipal Personnel Officers
  • Former member, North Carolina League of Municipalities Board of Directors
  • Past president (two terms), Hospice and Palliative Care Center of Alamance-Caswell Counties
  • Past Chair, United Way of Alamance County Board of Directors 
  • Past president, Martin Luther King Jr. Coalition of Alamance County
  • Former member, Alamance County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Alamance Program Steering Committee
  • Former member, Alamance County Dispute Settlement Center Board of Directors
  • Former Community Advisory Board member, Alamance Regional Medical Center

Past recognitions

  • Citizenship and Service Award, Duke Energy
  • Distinguished Alumni Award, Alamance Community College 
  • Community Service Award, Martin Luther King Coalition of Alamance 
  • Community Service Award, Eta Phi Beta 
  • Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities