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Congratulations to the following PSP/CEOE recipients who met the September 15, 2018 deadline. Remember, the next PSP deadline is January 15! Check out this link to make sure you are Getting the Most Out of the PSP.

Alaska
Donna Barker
Gabriele Beltz
Rose D. Childs
Diana Dominguez-Kutcher
Julie Ellison
Chao Kue
Sabra Peterson

Cheryl L. Pierce, CEOE
Anna Louise Stensland-Petersen
Kelly A. White
Lorena Wilson, CEOE
Arkansas
Nadine Brooks, CEOE
Kelly Cardwell, CEOE
Billie Garlin
Phyllis Poole, CEOE

Missouri
Michelle Doering, CEOE
Pamala Hecker, CEOE
Danita G. Pointer, CEOE

Mississippi
Jennifer Lewis

Nebraska
Gina Cookus
Jamie Greenlee
Lisa Kiely, CEOE
McKinsey Petersen
Amy C. Windle


New Jersey
Ann Marie Cassera, CEOE
Stacy Phillips

New York
Maria N. Avitabile
Laurie L. Diedrich, CEOE
Kimberly A. Ferguson
Katherine Jarvis, CEOE
Christine Karpovich, CEOE
Karen Lee NaDell
Stephanie Ragolia
Mary Thompson


North Carolina
Donna A. Absher
Nichole McNeill
Dawn D. Michael
Carolyn Triplett

South Carolina
Jacqueline Alston, CEOE
Teresa Faile, CEOE
Trishell Edwards, CEOE


Virginia
Michele Newton, CEOE

Washington
Soheila Bodaghi, CEOE
Michael A. Brookman
Wendy L. Brown
Pornapa June Chan, CEOE
Kellie Graham

Robin S Hicks, CEOE
Dorine Hunt
Teri Mathews, CEOE
Stacey McCue

Lauri Anne McVicar
Lisa Noyes, CEOE
Jana Pitman
Karen S. Rang
Dorothy A. Russell
Dionne D. Smith, CEOE
Julie M. Smith
Janice M. Stepp, CEOE
Carrie J. Wallace











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