Nash Community College President Dr. Bill Carver, left, stands with with employees who received 2014 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development awards, front row, from left, Senior Director of Marketing and Communication Kelley Deal, Law Enforcement In-Service Training Instructor Reuben Crumpton, Student Activities Coordinator Kara Deans, Career and College Promise Liaison Keshia Battle, back row, from left, Vice President for Instruction and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Trent Mohrbutter, Allied Health Lead Instructor Nancy Worsinger, OST Instructor Donna Brantley, Lead Housekeeper Diane Pulley and Chief Information Officer Jonathan Vester.

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Nash Community College President Dr. Bill Carver, left, stands with with employees who received 2014 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development awards, front row, from left, Senior Director of Marketing and Communication Kelley Deal, Law Enforcement In-Service Training Instructor Reuben Crumpton, Student Activities Coordinator Kara Deans, Career and College Promise Liaison Keshia Battle, back row, from left, Vice President for Instruction and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Trent Mohrbutter, Allied Health Lead Instructor Nancy Worsinger, OST Instructor Donna Brantley, Lead Housekeeper Diane Pulley and Chief Information Officer Jonathan Vester.

NCC honors employees

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Nash Community College recently honored eight employees for their work.

The college named Senior Director of Marketing and Communication Kelley Deal, Law Enforcement In-Service Training Instructor Reuben Crumpton, Student Activities Coordinator Kara Deans, Career and College Promise Liaison Keshia Battle, Vice President for Instruction and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Trent Mohrbutter, Allied Health Lead Instructor Nancy Worsinger, OST Instructor Donna Brantley, Lead Housekeeper Diane Pulley and Chief Information Officer Jonathan Vester as recipients of 2014 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development awards.

As a member of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, the college has been honoring faculty, staff and administrators with this award of recognition annually since 1992. Recipients are selected based on their proven commitment to high performance and extraordinary service to Nash Community College, its students, and the community.