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NCC announces new employees
Nash Community College (NCC) is pleased to announce that Brandon Cyrus, Mary Douglas, Rita Joyner, Bob Miller, Audrey Pait, and Chef Don Sexauer recently joined the faculty of NCC.

Brandon Cyrus is a Computer Information Technologies faculty member. Cyrus resides in Rocky Mount.

Mary Douglas is a Business Technologies faculty member. She taught part-time for NCC for five and a half years before becoming full-time in January. She and her husband, Shannon, have 10 year-old twin daughters, and they reside in Rocky Mount.

Rita Joyner, RN, is a full-time Nurse Aide I & II instructor in the Continuing Education department. She has worked part-time with NCC as an instructor since 1999. Joyner is married and resides in Rocky Mount; she has two sons and three grandchildren.

Bob Miller is a full-time faculty member for the Medical Assisting program in the Health Sciences department. Miller and his wife, Jan, reside in Rocky Mount.

Audrey Pait is a faculty member in the math department and the curriculum skills lab coordinator. Pait began teaching at the college part-time in August 2001. Pait became a full-time faculty member during the 2006 fall semester. She and her husband, Alex, have two adult children, and the couple resides in Rocky Mount.

Executive Chef Don Sexauer is a culinary arts instructor in the Business Technologies department. Sexauer was previously employed with a catering company in Raleigh, where he currently resides.

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