PRCC welcomes new faculty, staff

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New faculty and professional staff at Pearl River Community College’s Poplarville campus  include, seated from left, practical nursing instructor Tamela Hyland, biology instructors Abigail Warden and Meagan Broom, marketing and management technology instructor Katie Davenport, counselor Rachel Harris, psychology instructor Jennifer Ferrell, practical nursing-dual enrollment instructor Nancy Gilbert, practcical nursing instructor Kim Carver; standing, assistant band director Reuben McDowell, career-technical education director Dr. Ed Pinero, drafting and design technology instructor Rodney Clark, workforce coordinator Brad Necaise, associate degree nursing instructor Susan McVeigh, English instructor Lois McDonald, associate degree nursing instructors Kimberly Woods and Gina Whitehead, barbering instructor Tyrone McLaurin, adult education instructor Brittney McDaniel and math and math lab instructor Jonathan Morris. Ferrell will also teach at the Hancock Center.
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New personnel at Pearl River Community College include, seated from left, assistant softball coach Kirsten Perry and assistant women’s basketball coach Shakira Nettles; standing, sports information director Stan Caldwell and women’s basketball coach Scotty Fletcher. Not pictured are assistant football coaches Derrick LeBlanc, David Saunders and Stephen Sorrels.
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New faculty at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College are, seated from left, developmental English instructor Heather Peerboom, English instructor Dr. Dan Childers, practical nursing instructor Danelle Nunaley, practical nursing-dual enrollment instructor Sherri McDonald, biology instructor Jennifer Mraz; standing, welding instructor Joel Dickens, adult education instructors Christopher Maul and Matt McCoy, psychology instructor Dr. David Bunch and adult education instructor Tabitha Craft.
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