The Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus recently hired four new faculty/staff members:
Madeline Brewer, an associate degree nursing instructor, is a native of Jackson. She earned her BSN from Mississippi College before working as a staff nurse for St. Dominic Hospital. Brewer recently obtained her MSN from William Carey University, and is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life, Support, Tuberculosis Skin Test, and Basic Life Support.
Reagan Dilmore, the main office receptionist, was formerly employed with Delta State University in Cleveland where she served in a variety of capacities. She was the senior secretary and office manager for the university’s police department from 2005-2007; the administrative assistant for the vice president of student affairs from 2008-2010, and the university apartment manager and administrative coordinator of university facilities and calendar from 2010-2014. She also earned her bachelor’s degree from the university in 2008. Prior to Delta State, Dilmore worked as a bank teller and customer service representative at Planters Bank and Trust in Ruleville for one year.
Shiquita Haralson, the administrative assistant for the associate degree nursing program, is also a native of Jackson. Haralson recently completed her associate of arts degree in pre-dental hygiene at Holmes, and during her time as a student, served as a work-study student for the eLearning department.
David “Nathan” Hutchinson, a welding instructor, is originally from Kosciusko. He earned his technical certificate in welding from the Holmes Goodman Campus in 2011. Prior to accepting the position at Holmes, he worked as a welder/fitter at Ivey Mechanical Company in Kosciusko for a year then as a welder/fitter at Taylor Machine Works, Inc., in Louisville for 3.5 years.
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