New Employees at NPCC
Director of Community Relations
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 23, 2013
New Employees at NPCC
The Board of Trustees at National Park Community College recently approved employment of the following:
Dr. Rebekah Robinette filled the position of Life Science faculty member in the Math and Science Division. Dr. Robinette earned her Ph.D. in Biomedical Science-Microbiology/Immunology from the University of Florida College of Medicine. She was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Oral Biology at the University of Florida, College of Dentistry. Dr. Robinette earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from High Point University graduating summa cum laude. And, she earned an Associate of Science Degree from National Park Community College.
She has served as an adjunct instructor and tutor at NPCC for two years and is an adjunct instructor at the College of the Ouachitas. While a student at NPCC, she worked as a science lab assistant. She has also worked as a lab assistant at High Point University, quality control supervisor for a biotech company, and a graduate research assistant.
Dr. Rebekah Robinette
Bertha Freeman has filled the position of Administrative Specialist II in the Health Sciences Division. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology and an Associate of Applied Science in Office Technology, both from SAU-Tech in Camden. She also has a Microsoft Access Level I Certification from National Park Community College and Data Processing and Word Processing Certificates from SAU-Tech.
Ms. Freeman's prior employment includes working as a logistics coordinator and sales associate/shipment planner for Weyerhaeuser, as a part-time news clerk for The Sentinel-Record, as administrative assistant for Resort TV Cable, and as a secretary in the Technology Department at SAU-Tech.
Marcah Johnston filled the position of Fiscal Support Specialist in the Adult Education Department. She completed an Associate of Arts at National Park Community College and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Henderson State University.
Ms. Johnston has been working part time in accounting for the Adult Education Department. Other past working experiences include working as an inventory specialist for the Career Pathways Program, as an accounting tutor, as a work-study for the NPCC Business Office, and as a work-study for the Mid-America Science Museum.