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MISSISSIPPI PROFILES: Canopy Children’s Solutions

  I talked recently with Dr. John Damon, CEO of Canopy Children’s Solutions, about Canopy and its mission. The organization has a long history of helping kids and familes deal with behavioral health issues, having been founded in 1912 as the Mississippi Children’s Home. John first joined Canopy as a therapist in 1993, and through the years, served as their CARES ...

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Goodwill promotes Collins to VP position

Goodwill Industries of Mississippi recently promoted Natasha Collins to vice-president of human resources. Collins received her BS in Management and her MBA from Belhaven University. She has worked with Goodwill for the last six years. Collins is a member of The Word Center Church and lives in Brandon.

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PGA Tour honors Sanderson Farms Championship for “Best Charity Integration”

The Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson was honored by the PGA Tour for “Best Charity Integration” during the 2018 tournament at The Country Club of Jackson. The “Best Charity Integration” Award recognizes the tournament that incorporates the tournament’s charity and theme into all facets of the event. The Sanderson Farms Championship is united around its charitable impact to Friends of ...

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Natalie Guess appointed to CMR

Gov. Phil Bryant appointed Natalie Guess to the state Commission on Marine Resources representing nonprofit environmental organizations. Guess will serve a four-year term that will end June 30, 2022. Guess is the executive director of Unmanned Coast and the Enterprise for Innovative Geospatial Solutions under the Magnolia Business Alliance. She is also a health and wellness coach and speaker. Guess ...

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Hall Carter joins Mississippi Kidney Foundation as executive director

The Mississippi Kidney Foundation recently announced that Hall Carter has been named its new executive director. Carter is joining a new associate director, Walton Fenelon from Jackson. Gail Sweat, who served as executive director the foundation for the past two decades, recently retired. Carter, a Memphis, Tenn., native, has held integral positions for several U.S. senators, most recently serving as ...

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Duck Hill resident wins statewide home care recognition

The Mississippi Association for Home Care (MAHC) is proud to announce that Christie Winters, RN of Duck Hill, Mississippi has received statewide recognition as the recipient of the 2018 J.T. Gilbert Clinical Award. Winters has been a Home Health Nurse for Sta-Home for 4 years, recently becoming a Clinical Supervisor for the Clarksdale area. As noted in her nomination, Winters ...

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Canopy welcomes new director of human resources

Canopy Children’s Solutions, a non-profit provider of children’s behavioral health, educational and social service solutions, recently named Jynger N. Morris, SHRM-CP, as its new Director of Human Resources. Morris has more than 12 years of experience in human resource management and employee benefits. Morris previously was the Human Resources Manager at Horne, LLP. Morris also spent time at the University ...

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