Bianka Rhodes Stumpf serves as the Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) Director of Distance Education and teaches American and African-American history at the College. Stumpf has served CCCC since 2004, arriving after years as an Honors and Advanced Placement American history teacher at Lee County High School. She also teaches American and Modern German History at Campbell University.
She earned her BA in History and Secondary Social Studies Education from Catawba College and MEd in Social Science Education from Campbell University. Stumpf completed post-graduate work in history at Fayetteville State University, where she specialized in African and African-American studies.
She enjoys reading, theatre, traveling, and volunteer work, serving on the Board of Directors for Temple Theatre and participating as an active member of Jonesboro Presbyterian Church, the Lee County Democratic Party, Delta Rho, and Sanford Women's League. She and her husband, Ty, Humanities Chair at CCCC, also enjoy the company of their young son Jude.