On hand for the awards program were, from left, Dr. David Johnson, JCC president; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Dr. Deborah Porto, dean of business and advanced technologies; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction.
On hand for the awards program were, from left, Dr. David Johnson, JCC president; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Dr. Deborah Porto, dean of business and advanced technologies; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
On hand for the awards program were, from left, Dr. David Johnson, JCC president; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Dr. Deborah Porto, dean of business and advanced technologies; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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