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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 17th, 2010

 MENDOCINO COLLEGE, 1000 Hensley Creek Road, Ukiah, CA 95482

Contact:          Jim Mastin, Director of Auxiliary Services
707.468.3078 voice 
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Email:             jmastin@mendocino.edu

NR:  MC Staff Award
Photo:  L-Anastasia Simpson-Logg, R-Kristie Anderson

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SIMPSON-LOGG RECEIVES MENDOCINO COLLEGE
CLASSIFIED STAFF AWARD

                  Ukiah, CA – Mendocino College Admission and Records Technician Anastasia Simpson-Logg was selected in February as recipient of the quarterly award for Classified Staff.

            “Mendocino College has very much a family atmosphere. From my first day at work there’s been a good vibe” she said.

            Simpson-Logg has worked at Mendocino College since late 2001.  She started in the Admissions & Records Department and particularly enjoys being involved in the Commencement Ceremony each spring. Simpson-Logg notes that “students are so grateful at graduation time” and frequently thank her for helping them achieve their academic goals.

Anastasia is deeply engaged with Mendocino College” says her supervisor Kristie Anderson. “The best story that clearly shows her dedication to us and to the department was her adding just a few more moments to the day – to clear up a couple more items for training the new person and for processing student’s transfer work – and then delivering her daughter Anya a few hours later.”

The Mendocino College Foundation has allocated $2,000 for 2009-10 for the first year of the classified staff recognition program, with one recipient selected for each quarter on September 1, November 16, February 1 and April 16.  

The recipients are selected by the Mendocino College Superintendent/President, two vice-presidents and Director of Human Resources based on supervisor nominations, contributions to the college and longevity.   

The winner has the opportunity to choose a college program to receive $500 which can be used by that program in support of the college’s strategic goals. 

Simpson-Logg requested that the $500 from the Foundation be given to the Mendocino College English program for the purchase of Library materials that will augment the current English curriculum and assist students in their English studies.

For more information about Mendocino College, visit www.mendocino.edu.

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Created: February 17, 2010 @ 09:26 AM
Last Modified: March 12, 2010 @ 02:47 PM

 





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