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Citizens’ committee advises RCC


On February 7, the Citizens’ Advisory Committee for Rappahannock Community College’s business management programs met with RCC representatives of those programs. Front row, left to right: RCC associate professor Pradeep Ghimire (accounting); RCC assistant professor Michael Greene (information systems technology); RCC associate professor Ruth Greene (information systems technology); Claudette Henderson, director of the Richmond County Department of Social Services; Patricia Gallagher, senior vice president of Eastern Virginia Bank; RCC adjunct instructor Christine Swinson (business); Tom Davis, vice president of Real Media (WRAR and River Country radio stations); RCC adjunct instructor Arthur Neal (business); and Robert Griffin, academic dean of RCC’s Glenns Campus. Second row, left to right: Linda Lumpkin, deputy county administrator, representing the Essex County Board of Supervisors; Doug Lemke, president of the Northumberland Chamber of Commerce; and RCC adjunct instructor Joe Syslo (business). Third row, left to right: assistant professor Hatley Bright, coordinator of RCC’s Culinary Arts/Hospitality program; Margaret Hudnall, executive officer of the Home Builders Association of the Rappahannock; and retired human resources consultant William Blencowe. Fourth row, left to right: Patricia Lewis, director of human resources at Chesapeake Bank; Stuart Bunting, president and CEO of Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury; and Chesapeake Bank vice president Thomas Richardson. Fifth row, left to right: Mike Jenkins, executive director of Bay Consortium WIB, Inc.; Bill Taliaferro, president of Montague Farms, Inc.; Gordon Slatford, general manager of The Tides Inn; RCC financial aid technician Sherika Charity; RCC adjunct instructor Bob Leibowitz (business); and Dominion Resources external affairs manager Jen Kostynick.

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