New faculty at PRCC

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New faculty and staff at Pearl River Community College met with President Dr. William Lewis and other administrators on Monday, Aug. 5. They are, seated from left, Charity McCoy, Forrest County Center dental hygiene instructor; Sylvia Martinez, Hancock Center math instructor; Raye Lynn Arbo, practical nursing dual enrollment instructor; Elizabeth Palchak, Forrest County Center learning lab instructor; Amanda Blair, Forrest County Center chemistry instructor; Dr. Aaryn Purvis, sociology instructor; Jennifer Ladner, accounting instructor; standing, head football coach William Jones, Jeff Long, English instructor and assistant baseball coach; Dr. Robert Johnson, criminal justice instructor; Robby Shaw, machine shop instructor; Dr. Rudy Gatlin, Forrest County Center psychology and music appreciation instructor; Ralph King, computer networking instructor; Patrick Stokley, Forrest County Center anatomy and physiology instructor; and James Hudson, Hancock Center speech instructor. Not pictured are Stephanie Howze, Woodall Advanced Technology Center workforce training manager; Anna Busby and Jennifer Laborde, associate degree nursing instructors; Scott Anderson and Jim Jones, assistant football coaches.