Employee Excellence Awards

Program Purpose
The Employee Excellence Award recognizes and honors non-faculty employees who have demonstrated exemplary service to the college that is student-focused and which makes a difference in the achievement of institutional goals and objectives.  SPC employees acknowledge that recognition for professional achievement and outstanding service is important and is the key to maintaining favorable morale. The awards program seeks to recognize exceptional employees from the different categories of employment at the college on a yearly basis.

Award Categories
Recipients of the Employee Excellence Award shall be named from each of the following categories of employment:

  • Support Services personnel, all campuses
  • Classified personnel, all campuses
  • and Student Housing personnel, all campuses

Eligibility

All non-faculty employees who are full-time or regular part-time and who have served a minimum of two years of cumulative service at the college are eligible for nomination for the awards.  Nominees must be presently employed within one of the categories of employment previously described and must be in good standing with regards to their employment record at the college.  Cumulative years of service, for eligibility purposes, shall be defined as the period of time from the first date of employment to the date of the award nomination deadline.

 

To Nominate a Faculty member, click here

To Nominate a Co-Worker, click here

 

For information
Contact Jeri Ann Dewbre, Director of Human Resources, ext. 2111.

Employee Excellence Award Hall of Honor

2013
Joe Walker, sports information coordinator
Latha Tucker, administrative assistant to the Fine Arts Department
Maggie Trevino, custodian

2012
Rita Prieto, director of student support services
Tammy Amos, administrative assistant to the Creative Arts Department
Rosario Rotramel, custodian

2011
Linda McCulloch, secretary for athletics
Dolores Quezada, assistant to the controller
Manuel Prieto, maintenance supervisor

2010
Maria Lopez-Strong, diversity coordinator and career counselor
Clarissa Cantu, admission and records
Alicia Hernandez, custodian

2009
Christina Conner, retention specialist
Lisa Eddins, secretary to the dean of continuing and distance education
Felipe Rocha, custodian reese center

2008
Gracie Quinonez, director of SPC Plainview Center
Lou Ann Ellison, secretary to the dean of arts and sciences
Ben Jacquez, maintenance

2007
Stan Weatherred, director of student activities
Cindy Scott, secretary to the associate dean of college relations
Connie DeLeon, physical plant custodian

2006
Kimbra Quinn, director of enrollment management
Terri Mahaffey, secretary to the associate dean of workforce development
Lee Jourdan, physical plant electrician

2005
Jack Warldow, associate dean of research and reports
Barbara Walker, secretary to the controller
Sam Lopez, custodian

2004
Teresa Green, controller
Jennifer Kizer, special services secretary
Sylvia Hernandez, custodian

2003
Ginger Mulloy, director of the computer center
Jennifer Trusty, secretary to the associate dean of student services
Sallie Salazar, custodian

2002
Jill Berset, director of Tech Prep
Patsy Garner, secretary, Professional Services and Energy Department
Tano Jacquez, physical plant maintenance

2001
Sue Dozier, secretary to the director of development
Jim Chavez, physical plant
Jackie Long, secretary, Counseling Center
Maggie Seymour, special services coordinator

2000
Pam Forcum, associate registrar
Mylinda Graves, secretary, Nursing Department
Mike Martinez, custodian
Carla Strickland, accounting clerk

1999
Janie Cruz, custodian
Jennette Grisby, secretary to the dean of continuing education
Delma Salinas, secretary to the provost
Theresa Williams, director of the computer center

1998
Brenda Boucher, custodian
Frances Coats, assistant accounting manager
Teresa Salinas, secretary to the dean of admissions and records
Tim Winders, network administrator

 


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