April 19, 2014  

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Southern Miss Employees Chosen for Leadership Positions in local ASTD Group

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Five University of Southern Mississippi employees were recently chosen for leadership positions with the Hattiesburg Geographic Interest Group (GIG) of the Mississippi Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). They include:

*President-elect: Linda Bass, proctoring and training specialist with the Learning Enhancement Center

*Vice-President for Membership: Mary Green, data base coordinator with Sponsored Programs Administration

*Vice President for Professional Development: Rebecca Woodrick, director, Office of Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity

*Vice President for Communications: Vanessa McCullum, coordinator with Online Academic Support

*Past President: Amy Thornton, project manager, Learning Enhancement Center

The Mississippi Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development’s stated vision is to be the premier workforce learning and development resource in the state. The chapter is composed of three GIGS, with the Hattiesburg GIG being founded in April 2009. For more information about the Mississippi chapter of ASTD, online visit http://mississippiastd.memberlodge.com/