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JCC radiography instructor wins Imaging Professionals Award

Stephanie Beasley, left, accepts a plaque from Rene Parrish, awards committee chairwoman for the N.C. Society of Radiologic Technologists.
Stephanie Beasley, left, accepts a plaque from Rene Parrish, awards committee chairwoman for the N.C. Society of Radiologic Technologists. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Stephanie Beasley, who teaches radiography at Johnston Community College, has received the Imaging Professionals for Excellence Award.

The N.C. Society of Radiologic Technologists presents the award to an imaging professional who demonstrates integrity, commitment to patients, families and colleagues, and promotes and advances the imaging profession.

A fellow instructor nominated Beasley for the award because of her professionalism, positive attitude and dedication to students.

“Stephanie is compassionate about her students and our radiography program at Johnston Community College,” said Ann Jackson, director of imaging programs. “Her hard work and dedication are evident by being nominated by one of her fellow faculty members for this award.”

A radiography instructor at JCC for 12 years, Beasley earned her associate’s degree from JCC. She went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in health arts and a master’s degree in health-services administration, both from the University of St. Francis. She is nationally certified in radiography, mammography and computer tomography.

Beasley and her husband, Bryan, live in Angier. They have two children, Randall, 19, and Emily, 7.

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