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Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Spring 2017
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07 April

Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Spring 2017

RAYMOND – The Spring 2017 group of honorees in the Hinds Heroes employee recognition program have been named. Hinds Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to all its customers and consistently promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.

Front row, from left, Brent Johnson, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Hinds Board of Trustees President Paul Breazeale, Dr. Ben Cloyd; second row, from left, Doris McClure, Sherry Franklin, Christie Adair, Sue Steen, Pamela Williams-Bolden, Gerald Collins, Wendy Barnes and Judy Isonhood. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

Front row, from left, Brent Johnson, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Hinds Board of Trustees President Paul Breazeale, Dr. Ben Cloyd; second row, from left, Doris McClure, Sherry Franklin, Christie Adair, Sue Steen, Pamela Williams-Bolden, Gerald Collins, Wendy Barnes and Judy Isonhood. (Hinds Community College/April Garon)

In alphabetical order, this semester’s honorees are:

  • Christie Adair, of Terry, an admissions manager and advisor in the Student Services Department at the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health Center. Her duties include giving guidance to admissions processors and advising students when registering for classes. She has been with Hinds for 10 years.
  • Wendy Barnes, of Raymond, a specialist in the Advancement Department at the Raymond Campus. Her duties include coordinating special events and the Hinds Hero program. She has been with at Hinds for seven years.
  • Ben Cloyd, of Jackson, academic dean at the Raymond Campus and the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health Center. His duties include promoting and maintaining quality academic programs for students and faculty. He has been with Hinds for 12 years.
  • Phil Cockrell, of Brandon, an instructor of Drafting/Design at the Raymond Campus. His duties include updating the program curriculum, creating semester schedules, advising and mentoring students, overseeing community service projects and coordinating a new Fab Lab starting in the fall 2017 semester. He has been with Hinds for nine years.
  • Gerald Collins, of Vicksburg, an instructor in the Electronics Technology program at the Utica Campus. His duties include instructing students in all methods, theories and applications needed for them to obtain an Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics Technology. He has been with Hinds for five years.
  • Sherry Franklin, of Brandon, associate vice president of Career and Technical Education at the Rankin Campus. Her duties include assisting in leading the college’s career and technical programs and coordinating opportunities in workforce education and economic development. She has been with Hinds for 12 years.
  • Judith Isonhood, of Brandon, chair of the Reading/Education Department at the Rankin Campus. Her duties include classroom instruction, improving study and intermediate reading skills, interviewing and hiring adjunct instructors, scheduling classes for the department, completing bank orders and serving as an advisor for the Alpha Omicron Omega chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. She has been with Hinds for 28 years.
  • Brent Johnson, of Terry, director of the Diesel Equipment Technology program at the Raymond Campus and the Diesel Technology Academy in Richland. His duties include overseeing the daily operations of the academy and coordinating all aspects of the program with corporate partners, which involves recruiting students, advising more than 60 current students and serving on college committees as assigned. He has been with Hinds for 31 years.
  • Doris McClure, of Utica, administrative assistant for Title III grant programs at the Utica Campus. Her duties include assisting the program’s executive director in multiple areas, which include reporting, purchasing, bids, coordinating travel, inventory, office support, coordinating conferences and workshops, serving on college council and community committees for the campus and managing a budget for the program that totals $2.4 million. She has been with Hinds for 17 years.
  • Sue Steen, of Vicksburg, an adjunct instructor in developmental programs at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. Her duties include instruction of developmental courses that include reading, improvement of studies and essential college skills. She has been with Hinds for five years.
  • Michael Williams, of Utica, a transportation coordinator at the Utica Campus. His duties include coordinating all trips for the district, hiring bus drivers, purchasing vehicles, and other duties associated with transportation. He has been with Hinds for 33 years.
  • Pamela Williams-Bolden, of Jackson, an administrative secretary at the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center. Her duties include preparing payroll and hire packets for part-time instructors, as well as keying in course offerings and credentialing full- and part-time instructors. She has been with Hinds for 20 years.
Hinds Heroes for 2017 highlight exemplary employee service
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Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for fall 2016
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08 November

Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for fall 2016

RAYMOND – The Fall 2016 group of honorees in the Hinds Heroes employee recognition program has been named.

Hinds Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and constantly promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.

Fall 2016 Hinds Heroes and others, front row, from left, Lisa Morgan, Jo Ponder, Anna "Shelley" Hearn, Joy Rhoads; second row, from left, Cindy Smith West, Deloris Garner-Knight, Kelly Reeves, Sharon Hudson, Cindy Johnson; back row, from left, Reginald Dillon, Hinds Board of Trustees President Paul Breazeale, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Melvin Christian. Not pictured is Denise Taylor. (Hinds Community College/Tammi Bowles)

Fall 2016 Hinds Heroes and others, front row, from left, Lisa Morgan, Jo Ponder, Anna “Shelley” Hearn, Joy Rhoads; second row, from left, Cindy Smith West, Deloris Garner-Knight, Kelly Reeves, Sharon Hudson, Cindy Johnson; back row, from left, Reginald Dillon, Hinds Board of Trustees President Paul Breazeale, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Melvin Christian. Not pictured is Denise Taylor. (Hinds Community College/Tammi Bowles)

In alphabetical order, this semester’s honorees are:

Melvin Christian, of Raymond, a night shift leader in the Janitorial Department on the Raymond Campus. His duties include interior maintenance of all buildings on the campus, including floors, carpet and restrooms. He has been with Hinds for 17 years.

Reginald Dillon, of Raymond, assistant football coach and head coach for men’s and women’s track and field on the Raymond Campus. He is also the director of Sheffield-Woolley residence hall for men. He has been with Hinds for 17 years.

Deloris Garner-Knight, of Pearl, a navigator at the Jackson Campus-Nursing Allied Health Center. Her duties include assisting students in nursing and allied health areas of study navigate barriers to successful program completion. She has been with Hinds for 30 years.

Anna “Shelley” Hearn, of Vicksburg, an adviser in Financial Aid at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. Her duties include assisting students with all forms of financial aid for their education. She has been with Hinds for six years.

Sharon Hudson, of Brandon, a department chair and district curriculum coordinator in the Business Office Technology program at the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center. Her duties include scheduling courses, promoting excellence in teaching and service, advising students and maintaining accurate records and reports. She has been with Hinds for nine years.

Cindy Johnson, of Clinton, administrative assistant to the Vice President for Business Services at the Raymond Campus. Her duties include assisting the vice president with college finance and budget preparation and maintenance district-wide, assisting employees with department budget matters and training, and managing the vice president’s office. She has been with Hinds for 15 years.

Lisa Morgan, of Vicksburg, an English instructor on the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. Her duties include instructing the English curriculum on the campus. She has been with Hinds for 17 years.

Jo Ponder, of Brandon, an instructor in the Computer Programming Technology program on the Raymond Campus. Her duties include teaching, advising students, assisting in revisions to the curriculum, and student tracking. She has been with Hinds for 15 years.

Kelly Reeves, of Pelahatchie, an administrative assistant to the Academic Dean at the Rankin Campus. Her duties include assisting the dean in managing the department and an array of clerical duties that include managing classroom assignments and data entry of classes, assigning section electronic online learning resources verifying attendance.  She has been with Hinds for 13 years.

Joy Rhoads, of Pearl, chair of Social Sciences and coordinator of the Honors Program on the Rankin Campus. Her duties include instructing American History, World Regional Geography and Principles of Geography, working with adjunct instructors in the department and coordinating the Honors Program on campus. She has been with Hinds for 22 years.

Denise Taylor, of Utica, administrative assistant in the Student Services Department on the Utica Campus. Her duties include assisting the dean of the department to carry out office responsibilities and coordinate office functions and procedures. She has been with Hinds for 17 years.

Cindy Smith West, of Raymond, dean of Career and Technical Education on the Raymond Campus. Her duties include oversight of all career-tech programs on the campus. She has been with Hinds for 32 years.

Hinds Heroes for 2016 highlight exemplary employee service

 

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Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Spring 2016
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26 April

Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Spring 2016

RAYMOND – The Spring 2016 group of honorees in the Hinds Heroes employee recognition program have been named.

Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and constantly promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.

In alphabetical order, this semester’s honorees are:

Marilyn Binion-Davis

Marilyn Binion-Davis

Marilyn Binion-Davis, of Crystal Springs, an early childhood education instructor at the Utica Campus. Her duties include developing student learning outcomes, teaching early childhood classes, NAEYC conference presenter, 2014 faculty writing team member for the state Early Childhood Education curriculum and pageant and coronation director for 36 years. She has been with Hinds for 42 years.

Kay Breland Brown

Kay Breland Brown

Kay Breland Brown of Brandon, secretary at the Rankin Campus. Her duties include assisting with inventory, budgets and records for secondary programs. She has been with Hinds for 27 years.

Jeremy Cole

Jeremy Cole

Jeremy Cole, of Clinton, an institutional technology specialist at the Raymond Campus. His duties include implementing instructional technology, video production, print and digital design, system administrator for learning management systems. He has been with Hinds for six years.

Reggie Harris

Reggie Harris

Reggie Harris, of Bolton, district coordinator of recruiting with Enrollment Services. His duties include recruiting prospective students for classes and providing warm, welcoming experiences to those students and their parents. He has been with Hinds for 26 years.

Jack Hite Jr.

Jack Hite Jr.

Jack Hite Jr., of Raymond, a counselor at the Raymond Campus. His duties include counseling and advising, being Title IX deputy coordinator, assistant coach for cheerleading and Hi-Steppers, instructor for first aid, orientation and self-defense, advisor for Phi Theta Kappa and assisting with track, tennis, golf and veterans affairs. He has been with Hinds for 34 years.

Mary Lou Israel

Mary Lou Israel

Mary Lou Israel, of Byram, administrative assistant in Community Relations at the Raymond Campus. Her duties include organizational tasks within the department under the direction of its vice president. She has been with Hinds for five years.

Joe Johnston

Joe Johnston

Joe Johnston, of Vicksburg, a welding instructor at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. His duties include developing student learning outcomes in the Welding Technology program on campus. He has been with Hinds for 28 years.

Darryl King

Darryl King

Darryl King, of Raymond, a janitorial service employee at the Raymond Campus. His duties include overseeing, Cain-Cochran Hall, one of the busiest buildings on the Raymond Campus. He has been with Hinds for 12 years.

Louanne Langston

Louanne Langston

Louanne Langston, of Raymond, district director of Financial Aid, Student Success and Veterans Services. Her duties include supervising planning for student aid and veterans benefit programs, directs and manages the offices of financial aid, student success and veterans services, administers federal, state and institutional financial aid funds and all appropriate recording of the funds. She has been at Hinds for 22 years.

Hilda Wells

Hilda Wells

Hilda Wells, of Jackson, a biology instructor at the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center. Her duties include being chair of sciences and instructing classes in biology and anatomy and physiology. She has been with Hinds for more than 22 years.

Daniece Williams

Daniece Williams

Daniece Williams, of Raymond, a biology instructor at the Rankin Campus. Her duties include instructing classes in microbiology and general biology. Next fall, she begins serving as a program chair at the campus. She has been with Hinds for 23 years.

Denise Williams

Denise Williams

Denise Williams, of Utica, administrative assistant the Utica Campus. Her duties include greeting visitors, answering calls, entering all academic courses for the campus, and other routine duties and practices associated with the academic departments. She has been with Hinds for 10 years.

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Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Fall 2015
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11 November

Hinds CC names Hinds Heroes for Fall 2015

The Fall 2015 group of honorees in the Hinds Heroes employee recognition program has been named.

Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and constantly promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.

Fall 2015 Hinds Heroes and others, front row, from left, Andrew Thomas, Cynde Mott, Gwendolyn Strong, Dr. Lynn Weathersby, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Mary Lee McDaniel, Andi Winnett; second row, from left, Vanda Brumfield, Virginia Kitchens, Louise Flanagan, Jackie Waite, Gary Fox; back row, from left, Tamisha Armstrong, Clifford Irving.

Fall 2015 Hinds Heroes and others, front row, from left, Andrew Thomas, Cynde Mott, Gwendolyn Strong, Dr. Lynn Weathersby, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Mary Lee McDaniel, Andi Winnett; second row, from left, Vanda Brumfield, Virginia Kitchens, Louise Flanagan, Jackie Waite, Gary Fox; back row, from left, Tamisha Armstrong, Clifford Irving.

In alphabetical order, this semester’s honorees are:

Tamisha Armstrong of Vicksburg, a support center manager for the Information Technology Department at the Raymond Campus. Her duties include ensuring all Information Technology needs are met for the campus. She has been with Hinds for four years.

Vanda Brumfield of Raymond, district program director for Dual Enrollment and Special Programs. Her office is on the Raymond Campus. Her duties include responsibility for the policies and procedures of the programs, coordinating with all high schools in the district. Additionally, she is a District Associated Student Government adviser. She has been with Hinds for four years.

Louise Flanagan of Raymond, secretary in the Art, Speech, Theater, Dance, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, departments. She assists department chairs in the acquisition, procurement, receiving and processing of department needs, processes student and class records and routine clerical tasks. She has been with Hinds for 16 years.

Gary Fox of Jackson, academic dean of the Rankin Campus. He recommends instructors for hiring and schedules classes for instructors and leads academic faculty. He has been with Hinds for 25 years.

Clifford Irving of Raymond, a leader in the Facilities Use Department. He ensures facilities are set up for events in a pleasant and timely manner. He has been with Hinds for 27 years.

Virginia Kitchens of Utica, an administrative assistant and office manager for Economic Development and Training at Eagle Ridge Conference Center on the Raymond Campus. Among other duties, she handles purchasing and receiving office supplies and equipment, coordinating resources for CEU credits and coordinating noncredit online classes. She has been with Hinds for 20 years.

Mary Lee McDaniel of Madison, district director of Counseling at the Raymond Campus. Her duties include teacher, counselor and curriculum specialist for the district. She has been with Hinds for 12 years.

Cynde Mott of Vicksburg, an instructor and department chair for Business Administration at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. Her duties are instructing academic classes for business and coordinating the curriculum for the department. She has been with Hinds for 24 years.

Gwendolyn Strong of Utica, a processor with the Admissions Department at the Utica Campus. Her duties include receiving incoming phone calls, handling registration, greeting customers and processing mail, transcript requests, withdrawal forms and graduation forms. She has been with Hinds for 46 years.

Andrew Thomas of Vicksburg, a janitor and floor technician at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. He has been with Hinds for five years.

Jackie Waite of Brandon, department chair for Business/Office Technology. Her duties include leading online instructor and teaching Business Office Technology courses. She has been with Hinds for 27 years.

Andi Winnett of Florence, a coordinator for the first-year Associate Degree Nursing program. Her duties include teaching theory to first- and second-semester nursing students and taking them to clinical training. She has been with Hinds for 10 years.

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Hinds CC names list of Spring 2015 Hinds Heroes
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02 April

Hinds CC names list of Spring 2015 Hinds Heroes

The Spring 2015 group of honorees in the Hinds Heroes employee recognition program were named in April.

Heroes are chosen because they represent the college well, provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and constantly promote the Hinds mission of service. Heroes selected receive a lapel pin, a token of appreciation and one free day off work.

 

The Hinds Community College Board of Trustees honored new Hinds Heroes at the April 1 board meeting. They are, from left, Cathie Newton, Paula Wimbish, Kathy Nelson, Cheryl Bozeman, Tabitha Watts, Tiffany Gaskin; second row, Keri Cole, Randy Minton, Sam Lemonis, board president Dr. Lynn Weathersby, Eric Neal, Lee Cooper; back row, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Daryl Tate.

The Hinds Community College Board of Trustees honored new Hinds Heroes at the April 1 board meeting. They are, from left, Cathie Newton, Paula Wimbish, Kathy Nelson, Cheryl Bozeman, Tabitha Watts, Tiffany Gaskin; second row, Keri Cole, Randy Minton, Sam Lemonis, board president Dr. Lynn Weathersby, Eric Neal, Lee Cooper; back row, Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Daryl Tate.

In alphabetical order, this semester’s honorees are:

Cheryl T. Bozeman, of Raymond, an admissions secretary and recruiter for the Honors Institute and Phi Theta Kappa at the Raymond Campus. She has been with Hinds for seven years.

Keri Bernsen Cole, of Clinton, dean of eLearning at the Raymond Campus. She has been with Hinds for 10 years. As dean of the program, she manages distance learning, instructional technology and design and college media services.

Lee A. Cooper Jr., of Crystal Springs, a maintenance technician at the Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied Health. He has been with Hinds for 12 ½ years. He handles routine and emergency repairs of building maintenance systems, air conditioning repairs, plumbing and electrical repairs and custodian responsibilities.

Tiffany L. Gaskin, of Clinton, a library technical assistant in the Learning Resources Department at the Rankin Campus. She has been with Hinds for five years. As a library tech, she educates students, faculty and staff on library databases, resources and other helpful material that aids in their teaching and academic success.

Sam Lemonis, of Brandon, purchasing manager at the Raymond Campus. He has been with Hinds for eight years. As purchasing manager, he handles the acquisition of goods and services for the college.

Eric Deron McNeal, of Jackson, an administrative assistant in the Dean’s Office at the Jackson Campus-Academic/Technical Center. He has been with Hinds for six years. As an assistant in the office, he enters data, files documents and maintains the inventory.

Arnold R. (Randy) Minton, of Crystal Springs, an art instructor at the Raymond and Utica campuses. He has been with Hinds for 21 years. In the art department, he coordinates the curriculum for art and music, as well as for drawing and photography for those at the Raymond and Utica campuses.

Kathy Nelson, of Brandon, a financial officer at the Rankin Campus. She has been with Hinds for 22 years this July. In the business office, she works closely with the vice president on the Rankin Campus on budgets, purchases and the receiving of materials and equipment, as well as overseeing daily operations and registration.

Catherine Bailess Newton, of Vicksburg, a finance officer at the Vicksburg-Warren Campus. She has been with Hinds for 14 years. As financial officer, she handles registrations, purchase orders, cashier, budgets, travel and phones for the business office.

Daryl Tate, of Byram, an information technology specialist at the Raymond Campus. He has been with Hinds for five years. As IT specialist, he sets up, installs, troubleshoots and repairs computers.

Tabitha Watts, of Utica, an administrative assistant at the Utica Campus. She has been with Hinds for 27 years. As an administrative assistant, she answers phones, takes work orders, schedules trips, pays bills and assists students with transportation.

Paula Gaither Wimbish, of Clinton, coordinator and instructor for education, reading and study skills courses throughout the district. Based on the Raymond Campus, she has been at Hinds for 30 years.

As Mississippi’s largest community college, Hinds Community College is a comprehensive institution offering quality, affordable educational opportunities with more than 170 academic, career and technical programs. With six locations in central Mississippi, Hinds enrolled nearly 12,000 credit students in fall 2014. To learn more, visit www.hindscc.edu or call 1.800.HindsCC.

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