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TCC honors community members and students for Women’s History Month

Tallahassee, Fla. (April 4, 2016) – Tallahassee Community College joined the nation in celebrating Women’s History Month in March. The national theme, Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government, was incorporated into two ceremonies recognizing several women in our community.

The Florida Public Safety Institute held its 10th annual Women in History Program on March 29. Judge Stephanie Ray of the Florida First District Court of Appeal and Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell served as speakers at the event. FPSI also recognized Sheriff Darnell, Secretary Julie Jones of the Florida Department of Corrections, and Secretary Christina Daly of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice for their contributions in their fields.

On March 30, TCC held its annual Women’s History Month Ceremony at the Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education. Secretary Daly served as the keynote speaker, and the College recognized 10 community members and five students for their achievements:


Women's history honorees GCHE March 2016.JPG2016 Community Honorees

Deborah Barnes

Sonya Bush

Graciela Marquina

Marcia Allen Owens

Mary L. Pankowski

Mimi Faith Shaw

Audrey R. Smith

Maggie Theriot

D. Christine Thurman

Susan Payne Turner


2016 Student Honorees

Adelaide Determann

Annie Dorough

Melissa D. Hyden

Adelina Mitchell

Sandra Tejada

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