Tuesday 21 Aug 2018

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College Professional Organization Honors Morrissette, Mulligan

Wayne Community College’s unit of the Association of Educational Office Professionals honored its administrator and professional of the year at its annual Administrators Luncheon.

Joanna Morrisette, associate vice president for academic and student services, was presented the 2018 Administrator of the Year award.

Becky Mulligan, institutional effectiveness coordinator, was named the Educational Office Professional of the Year.

Both women will be the unit’s nominees for the same awards at the next level, North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals District 12. If they succeed there, they will be candidates for the same awards at the state level.

WCCAEOP is a member organization of the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals. It is a professional organization of educational office personnel and administrators. It provides its members educational opportunities, a professional standards certificate program, scholarships for member and students, a legislative platform, and awards at levels from the individual unit to the state organization.

Wayne Community College Association of Educational Office Professionals recognized Joanna Morrisette (left) as its Administrator of the Year and Becky Mulligan as the Educational Office Professional of the Year.

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