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New Employees at NPCC




Jill Johnson
Director of Community Relations                                      
February 3, 2014

New Employees at NPCC

The Board of Trustees at National Park Community College recently approved employment of the following:

Krista Cody-Lewis filled the position of faculty for the Pharmacy Technician Program. Ms. Cody-Lewis earned a Bachelor of Arts in Humanities from the University of Missouri at Columbia. She is a certified Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) technician. Ms. Cody-Lewis has nine years of experience working at many types of pharmacies. She has worked with Walgreens for seven years and held the position of senior pharmacy technician with that company.

a picture of Krista Cody-Lewis, a new NPCC employee

 Krista Cody-Lewis


William (Bill) Ritter filled the position of Assistant Program Director/Instructor in Adult Education. Mr. Ritter holds a Master of Science in Education in Educational Leadership and a Bachelor of Music Education both from Henderson State University.

Mr. Ritter has worked for the Jessieville School District as band director for twelve years. He also has served as a concurrent credit instructor at Jessieville for two of those years. More recently, he has worked part-time with NPCC's Adult Education as a GED and WAGE program instructor. Mr. Ritter's other work experience includes being the assistant band director/director of athletic bands in a school district in Omaha, Texas.

a picture of William (Bill) Ritter, a new NPCC employee

William (Bill) Ritter