From left are Scott Parrish, president of Johnston Community College Foundation Board of Directors; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Amy Durham, director of quality at the Grifols plant near Clayton site; Blaire Narron, manager of performance development at Grifols; Suzanne Johnson, director of human resources at Grifols; Jean Barnes, administrative associate to the Clayton site president and JCC Foundation board member; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction at JCC.
From left are Scott Parrish, president of Johnston Community College Foundation Board of Directors; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Amy Durham, director of quality at the Grifols plant near Clayton site; Blaire Narron, manager of performance development at Grifols; Suzanne Johnson, director of human resources at Grifols; Jean Barnes, administrative associate to the Clayton site president and JCC Foundation board member; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction at JCC. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
From left are Scott Parrish, president of Johnston Community College Foundation Board of Directors; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Amy Durham, director of quality at the Grifols plant near Clayton site; Blaire Narron, manager of performance development at Grifols; Suzanne Johnson, director of human resources at Grifols; Jean Barnes, administrative associate to the Clayton site president and JCC Foundation board member; and Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction at JCC. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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