PRCC Leadership Class Graduation

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Pearl River Community College’s 2013 Leadership Class graduated Nov. 21 at the Woodall Advanced Technology Center. Members are from left: Front row – Hope Baldwin, WIN office technology instructor; Ruby Smith, ABE/GED instructor; Maghan James, assistant dean for student life; Frances Rawls, bookstore manager; Judy Shaw, early childhood education instructor; Lourie Barnett, electronics technology instructor; Toni Cowart, mathematics instructor; Sarah Welch, Forrest County Center librarian. Second row – Stephanie Howze, workforce training coordinator; Cheryl Frierson, workforce training project manager; Delana Harris, business marketing and management instructor; Beverly Lewis, Forrest County Center director of  business and student services; Dr. Shana Allen, chair, dental hygiene department; Jessica Garriga, mathematics instructor; Kelly Tucker, mathematics instructor; Kathryn Hairston, career and tech student services coordinator; Patricia Cone, speech instructor; Patricia Magee, ABE/GED coordinator. Back row – Rick Draughn, Forrest County Center maintenance supervisor, Forrest County Center; Craig Tynes, director of physical plant; Brennan Grant, grounds supervisor; Chris Christen, biology instructor; Tim Dedeaux, Title III information systems developer; Marie Bowden, custodian supervisor; Dawn Shows, Forrest County Center police chief; Tommy Strahan, information technology systems analyst; and Paul Martin, men’s soccer coach. Not pictured are Toby Bush, women’s basketball coach; Dwight Lee, instrumentation technology instructor; and Audrey Smith, secretary, Woodall Center.

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