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May 28, 2024 9:19 pm

WCC announces spring 2023 President’s and Dean’s Lists

GOLDSBORO — Wayne Community College has honored 270 students for outstanding academic achievement in the spring 2023 semester.

To be named to the President’s List for the spring semester, students must have completed at least 12 semester hours and earned a grade point average of 4.0 for the semester. From Albertson, Joanna Harper, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science. From Bailey, Joseph Daniels, Industrial Systems Technology and Jackson Wall, Applied Animal Science Technology. From Clayton, Jeffrey Baginski, Aviation Systems Technology; Timothy Dillon, Aviation Systems Technology; Jordan Enriquez-Matute, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology and Hunter Rogowski, Aviation Systems Technology.

From Clinton, Timothy Hyde, Industrial Systems Technology, from Dudley, Ethan Anderson, Associate in Arts; Desiree Cutshall, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Michael Griffin, Medical Laboratory Technology; Richard Hamilton, Business Administration; Chase Lambuth, Associate in Arts; Maria Memmelaar, Welding Technology; Taleigha Richardson, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science; Denisse Romero Avila, Associate in Arts and Jodie Vance, Dental Assisting.

From Faison, Andrea Sabillon Garcia, Medical Office Administration. From Fremont, James Bailey, Associate in Science; Stephanie Forsythe, Early Childhood Education Licensure Transfer Track and Jimena Ortega-Vazquez, Associate in Arts.

From Goldsboro, Christopher Acevedo, Associate in Arts; Christopher Benton, Cybersecurity; Jaden Bevell, Welding Technology; Tristen Booth, Cybersecurity; Sabrina Bryant, Sustainable Agriculture; Maribella Campos Aguirre, Associate in Arts; Jenny Ann Capayas, Associate in Arts; Natalia Chavez Estrada, Associate in Arts; Lisa Clay, Medical Office Administration; McKenzie Collins, Associate in Arts; Christina Coulter, Emergency Management; Dustin Curran, Associate in Arts; Antonio Devaughn, Associate in Engineering; Tiffany Divers, Emergency Management; Dalton Fair, Pharmacy Technology; Elia Fajardo, Medical Office Administration; India Fields, Associate in Arts; Alexander Fleming, Associate in Arts; Han Foo, Computer-Integrated Machining; Chantel Forrester, Business Administration; Elise Garner, Associate in Arts; Jesse Garner, Associate in Arts; Hillary Groom, Emergency Management; Citlalli Guerrero-Pacheco, Medical Office Administration; Paige Haines, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science; Enezia Hall, Associate in Arts; Jacob Ham, Welding Technology; Crystal Hardin, Emergency Management; Noah Hardison, Automotive Systems Technology – ATEP; Leshelle Harris, Associate in Science; Ryan Heath, Business Administration; Meaghan Hebert, Associate in Arts; Grace Holmes, Associate in Arts; Christopher Hyde, Accounting and Finance; Aniyah Jennette, Emergency Management; Shaylyn Keeper, Associate in Science; Heather Lane, Business Administration; Michael Longwell, Associate in Science; Justin Martin, IT Business Support; Kevin Martin, Mechatronics Engineering Technology; Amani McClellan, Criminal Justice Technology; Nicolas McCord, Associate in Science; Sylina McKinney, Associate in Arts; Ian Miller, IT Business Support; Cassidy Morris, Industrial Systems Technology; Brady Osborne, Associate in Arts; James Ridgle, Associate in Arts; Sara Rivenbark, Associate in Arts; Celia Sanchez Hernandez, Medical Assisting; George Sawrey, Welding Technology; Kortney Scheuer, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Gavin Simons, Associate in Arts; Jessica Smith, Business Administration; Holly Solis, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Ariadna Soria-Huerta, Associate in Science; Hayden Teague, Associate in Arts; Haylee Thompson, Associate in Arts; Christopher Thompson, Business Administration; Anna Weeks, Business Administration; Brent Woodall, Criminal Justice Technology; Diane Worrells, Early Childhood Education Career Track and Rebecca Young, Accounting and Finance.

From Hubert, Mallory Leblanc, Forest Management Technology, from Kinston, Natalie Holley, Associate in Arts and Zoie Outlaw, Dental Assisting, from La Grange, Ryan Mills, Business Administration; Sophia Smith, Associate in Arts; Jacob Sparks, Associate in Arts and Patrick Wilhelm, Agribusiness Technology. From Lillington, Jessica Eckenrode, Forest Management Technology and from Littleton, Larry West, Applied Animal Science Technology.

From Mount Olive, Lorin Darden, Early Childhood Education Non-Licensure Transfer Track; Hannah Hercules, Associate in Arts; Violeta Hernandez-Fierros, Pharmacy Technology; Anna Hines, Associate in Arts; David Jackson, Computer-Integrated Machining; Allana Mazur, Associate in Arts; Haley Ortiz Salas, Pharmacy Technology; Hayden Wall, Industrial Systems Technology and Daniel Weeks, Associate in Arts.

From Pikeville, Leah Blevins, Associate in Arts; Jonathan Brickhouse, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology; Elizabeth Cohen, Associate in Arts; Sara Cordeiro, Pharmacy Technology; April Cradick, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Belle Daingerfield, Associate in Arts; Heather Drake, Emergency Management; Lindsey Hartsfield, Business Administration; Autumn Heath, Risk Management and Insurance; Samantha MacKlin, Associate in Arts; April Melrose, Emergency Management; Candace Mills, Software Development; Spencer Pate, Cybersecurity; Stephanie Pender, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Bobbie Smith, Office Administration; Zoe Stoneking, Dental Assisting; Nicole Torres, Game Art and Animation and Mercedes Wooten, Accounting and Finance.

From Princeton, Dulce Espino, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Isabella Herb, Automotive Systems Technology GM-ASEP; Jessica Johnson, Associate in Arts; Christina Mock, Medical Laboratory Technology and Jami Parker, AI & Cloud Technologies. From Raleigh, Derrick Dabney, Aviation Systems Technology, from Rockingham, Ricky Parker, Emergency Management, from Rocky Mount, Samuel Wright, Forest Management Technology and from Selma, Melanie Evans, Associate in Arts.

From Seven Springs, Cesilia Ambriz, Pharmacy Technology; Yeni Barrios Gomez, Agribusiness Technology; Osvaldo Ochoa-Lara, Game and Automation Programming; Vidalina Perez Bravo, Associate in General Education – Nursing; Yadira Simon Perez, Associate in Arts and Amber Smith, IT Business Support.

From Smithfield, Karen Davis, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science; Sandra Rodriguez, Medical Laboratory Technology and Caleb Tremblay, Emergency Management. From Snow Hill, Veronica McCotter, Human Services Technology. From Stantonsburg, Aishah Green, Early Childhood Education Licensure Transfer Track, from Turkey, George Jarman, Emergency Management and Nicholas Pate, IT Business Support, from Walstonburg, Karen Taft, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science and from Zebulon, Erika Johnson, Emergency Management.

To garner a spot on the WCC Dean’s List, students must have taken at least 12 semester hours of classes and earned a grade point average of at least 3.6, with no grade below a “C” in the semester.

From Cary, Zachary Jimenez, Forest Management Technology, from Clayton, Damian Lear, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology, from Clinton, Kaitlyn Bass, Criminal Justice Technology; Raven Heath, Dental Assisting; Percy Marshall, Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology and Reagan Warren, Dental Assisting.

From Dudley, Jasmin Caceres-Williams, Applied Animal Science Technology; Christopher Davis, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology; Linzy De Jesus Merida, Medical Assisting; Fyah Gladden, Associate in Arts; Jessica Guerrero, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology; Susan Santos-Diaz, Associate in Science; Nalleli Vega Huerta, Medical Assisting and Jose Villagran, Automotive Systems Technology GM-ASEP.

From Elm City, Emily Renfrow, Associate in Arts, from Fremont, Chancie Fuller, Associate in Arts; Presley Gray, Associate in Arts – Teacher Preparation; Lindsay Harper, Associate in Arts; Tracy Jennings, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Levi Lanier, Associate in Arts; Brooke Sauls, Game Art and Animation and Luke West, Associate in Arts.

From Goldsboro; Gamil Algharazi, Associate in Science; Asma Alrayashy, Associate in Arts; Reem Alrobaiey, Associate in Arts; Hamida Alsaidi, Associate in Arts; Ariel Ames, Associate in General Education; Emina Becirovic, Associate in Science; Julia Bentley, Computer-Integrated Machining; Madison Blizzard, Associate in General Education – Nursing; Anna Brown, Associate in Arts; Emily Cates, Associate in Science; Maysteve Chery, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology; Jeannine Cone, Cybersecurity; Adam Corey, Automotive Systems Technology – ATEP; Brandon Courter, Criminal Justice Technology; Ashley Crawford, Business Administration/Operations Management; Jenna Creech, Pharmacy Technology; Seth Daniels, Associate in Arts; Aryl John Dolinta, Associate in General Education – Nursing; Ethan Douglas, Computer-Integrated Machining; Chase Edmiston, Software Development; Hailey Edmundson, Associate in Arts; Jeffrey Ellis, Mechatronics Engineering Technology; Benjamin Eskra, Associate in Science; Zamya Fleming, Early Childhood Education Career Track; Joshua Garner, Associate in Arts; Michelle Giroux, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science; Carson Harris, Turfgrass Management Technology; Elanie Hinton, Associate in Arts; Morgan Hoskins, Applied Animal Science Technology; Mei Ingle, Associate in Arts; Alexander Irwin, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology; Chelsea Jenkins, Medical Office Administration; Tyler Jordan, Business Administration; Jarrett Jordan, Business Administration; Paul Jordonne, Mechatronics Engineering Technology; Timothy Keller, Automotive Systems Technology GM-ASEP; Ian Kimmel, Mechanical Engineering Technology; Isabel Kitchin, Associate in Arts; Dominik Kneip, Accounting and Finance Ariadne Lugo Cruz, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science; Bryce Moore, Welding Technology; Samantha Nash, Associate in Arts – Teacher Preparation; Makayla Newcomb, Associate in Arts; Nebraska Parker, Turfgrass Management Technology; Caden Quimby, Software Development; Tyler Ruesch, Associate in Science; Jared Sanchez, Associate in Arts; Maria Siquina, Human Services Technology; Joseph Stauffer, IT Business Support; Fernando Trejo-Zamarripa, Software Development; Leah Turner, Office Administration; Dhruvi Upadhyay, Associate in Science; Gabriel Wannemacher, Welding Technology; McClelland Williams, Associate in Arts and Dominick Wormely, Associate in Arts.

From Hookerton, Derek Ballard, Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology, from Jacksonville, Michael Farmer, Forest Management Technology, from Kenly, Jonathan Perez, Associate in Arts and Marina Raper, IT Business Support, from Kinston, Kristen Joyner, Business Administration/Operations Management, from Knightdale, Cammalee Arrostuto, Dental Assisting and from La Grange, Nathanael Benson, Associate in Arts; Rosalie Cobb, Emergency Management; Mario Lopez, Associate in Science; Sebastian O’Malley, Associate in General Education; Daniela Perez-Rios, Associate in Arts and Yamili Zunun, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science.

From Maiden, Thomas Martineau, Software Development, from Maysville, Nicholas Taylor, Forest Management Technology and from Middlesex, Sander King, Forest Management Technology.

From Mount Olive, Abdiel Aguirre, Dental Assisting; Samantha Beavers, Dental Assisting; Jarvis Brehon, Associate in Arts; Mayra Morales, Associate in Arts; Kaitlyn Testerman, Applied Animal Science Technology and Karlie Westbrook, Associate in Arts.

From Pikeville, Carson Benton, Associate in Arts; Aushreia Coley, Associate in Arts; Cyerra Johnson, Emergency Management; Justice Johnston, Associate in Science; Shane Nash, Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology; Cambryc Newcomb, Business Administration; Savannah Parker, Dental Assisting; Hayley Rabon, Associate in General Education; Casey Sasser, Accounting and Finance; Haley Toler, Pharmacy Technology and Jacob Watkins, Industrial Systems Technology.

From Princeton, Julissa Jaramillo, Criminal Justice Technology, from Roseboro, Olivia Jones, Criminal Justice Technology Forensic Science and from Selma, Adrian Whitley, Automotive Systems Technology – ATEP.

From Seven Springs, Elijah Ammons, Mechanical Engineering Technology; Austin Hunsucker, Associate in Arts; Julisa Nuncio Lujano, Associate in Arts; Derek Sparrow, Risk Management and Insurance; Robert Strickland, Associate in Science and Celina Torres Ponce, Medical Office Administration.

From Smithfield, Jacob Lee, Mechatronics Engineering Technology and Trenton Parker, Entertainment Technologies, from Snow Hill, Lanie Bonifas, Associate in Arts and Leeann Powell, Agribusiness Technology, from Stantonsburg, Lydia Burroughs, Associate in Arts, Walstonburg, Jesenia Garcia, Early Childhood Education Career Track, from Warsaw, Kristofer Gauthier, Automotive Systems Technology GM-ASEP and from Wilson, Jared Owens, Associate in General Education.

— From the Wayne Community College website