Bradley enters dental profession
Hanna Bradley of Wendell was one of the 24 members of Wayne Community College’s Dental Assisting Class of 2014 that were recently recognized in a pinning ceremony.
The class was notable for being the first in the college’s history to have all students who started the program finish it together.
The service denoted the end of the students’ academic journey and welcomed them into the dental profession. It included a formal presentation of pins to each graduate by the program’s faculty and introduction of the graduates to the audience as dental assistants.
Rouillard enters doctorate program
Katherine Rouillard, the daughter of Leslie and Rene Rouillard of Wendell, participated in the traditional White Coat Ceremony at N.C. State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine on Aug. 9.
The annual event signifies acceptance into the competitive four-year academic program leading to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.
One of 100 students in the Class of 2018, Rouillard graduated from N.C. State in 2013 with a degree in Zoology.
Smith Debnam attorneys John Narron, of Wendell, and Thurston Debnam, of Zebulon, have been recognized among the nation’s top lawyers in the 21st edition of The Best Lawyers in America. This is the ninth straight year that Narron has earned a spot in the list for his work in family law, and the second year that Debnam has been listed for his work in corporate law.
Adam King and Danielle Salek, both from Knightdale, were recently approved for licensure as certified public accountants in North Carolina. Applicants for licensure are required to pass the Uniform CPA Examination and satisfy the education, work experience and moral character requirements of the Board. Each CPA must complete at least 40 hours of Continuing Professional Education, including two hours of ethics education, each year to be eligible to renew his or her license.