Administration

MCC Celebrates Successful Employee Campaign

(Bradenton, Fla., June 11, 2009) - The Foundation for Manatee Community College recognized college employee donors at a campaign celebration held on June 10.

A total of 256 donors participated in the campaign, raising $64,002. The campaign exceeded its goal of increasing the number of donors by 10 percent with 41 employees becoming new donors. Other donors increased their giving from past years.

"Even in this economy, we had 20 employees increase their giving. They gave out of the goodness of their heart," said Karyn Washington, chair of the Employee Campaign.  

Employee campaign committee members were Kendra Barber, assistant professor, nursing; Jenny Cronkhite, lab manager, nursing; Mary DiTaranto, adjunct coordinator; Roland Emerton, director of development, The Foundation for MCC; Dianne Hessler, customer service, facilities planning and maintenance; Wanda Kenney, adviser, Career Resource Center; Timothy Langenback, director of business services and public safety; Peg Lowery, executive director, The Foundation for MCC; Dr. Carol Probstfeld, vice president of business and administrative services; Michael Rogers, instructor, social and behavioral sciences; Ann Roggero, director of development, The Foundation for MCC; Tracey Ann Smith, librarian and Judy Wishart, volunteer coordinator.

Dr. Mike Mears, vice president of baccalaureate programs and MCC Bradenton provost; Peg Lowery, executive director, The Foundation for MCC; MCC President Dr. Lars A. Hafner and Kayrn Washington, employee campaign chair.

Employee campaign committee members (from left to right): Roland Emerton, director of development, The Foundation for MCC; Dianne Hessler, customer service, facilities planning and maintenance; Judy Wishart, volunteer coordinator; Mary DiTaranto, adjunct coordinator; Karyn Washington, chair of the employee campaign; Dr. Carol Probstfeld, vice president of business and administrative services; Timothy Langenback, director of business services and public safety; Peg Lowery, executive director, The Foundation for MCC.

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