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Raymunda Barnes tapped for Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program

Raymunda Barnes

Raymunda Barnes

Raymunda Barnes has been selected to participate in the Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program along with 17 other professional and civic leaders throughout the state. Barnes is assistant vice president at Pearl River Community College’s Hancock Center in Waveland.

Barnes has been at the Hancock Center since 2007, serving as lead instructor for four years after teaching at the Gulfport Job Corps Center and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He was named director in 2011 and assistant vice president a year ago.

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