Lunsford began his career in trust banking and then moved to become a partner with law firms for nearly 30 years. He has extensive experience in estate planning and trust and estate administration. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from
An active member of his community, Lunsford serves on the boards of
Sowers is pursuing a degree in management. She is from
To apply for a fellowship, the student must complete an application that discusses his work experience, honors and activities and education. In addition, the candidate must provide a 500-word essay discussing his academic strengths, challenges, community involvement and leadership qualities.
In 2015, Bethany's first class of students was inducted into this honorary.
He comes to New River CTC from the
Pagan graduated from the
Janelle is returning to Shepherd after a 20-year absence.
"I'm very pleased to be returning to historic McMurran Hall after 20 years," she said in a news release. "I worked for the admissions office, which was located in McMurran Hall, at that time. I left in 1996 and have continued to work in some fundraising venue either in higher education or nonprofit work."
Janelle served approximately 13 years as division director of the March of Dimes and spent approximately five years at
In her new position, Janelle will work to develop relationships between Shepherd and the community, raise money to support university programs and help lead targeted fundraising campaigns.
With 23 years of
In July, Thomas was promoted to deputy director for the division of personnel. Prior to this promotion he served as assistant director of employee relations for the division.
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Golden has an associate's degree from
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He is a
White was nominated for the award because of how he handled the care of a pediatric patient who was having difficulty with intravenous lines. He came in on-call and obtained access while keeping the patient and family confident in their care, according to his colleagues.
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"It's a great honor for a small state like
Canterbury will become the COSCA president in
Canterbury has served as the Administrative Director of the Courts of
He also serves on several state and national committees including: chairman of
Canterbury lives in rural
Serving the tri-state area for more than 25 years,