Making a Difference in their Communities by Making their Mark
Making their mark in Newport News, John Olson, President of the Newport News campus, received an award recognizing his outstanding support and commitment to the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.
Chef Kristin Macan, a member of the Culinary Arts faculty, has earned the coveted Certified Executive Chef (CEC) certification through the American Culinary Federation. The CEC designation is designed to identify those chefs who have demonstrated a level of culinary competence and expertise through their education, work experience, culinary knowledge, and skills that is consistent with the executive chef level.
Devorn Mouzon, a student at the Charleston campus, won first place in parliamentary procedure and second place in computer concepts when the campus’ PBL chapter recently went to the Phi Beta Lambda South Carolina State Competition in Greenwood, South Carolina.
Sharon Lopez, a Health Information Management student at the Richmond/Moorefield campus, is the 2017 recipient of the Virginia Health Information Management Association scholarship.
Vicki Brett, Dental Assisting Program Director at the Newport News Campus, has been appointed 3rd District Trustee for the American Dental Assistants Association.