Superior Service: Employees Honored with Quality Awards

President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., and Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance were on hand to congratulate the winners.

President Tedd L. Mitchell, M.D., and Texas Tech University System Chancellor Kent Hance were on hand to congratulate the winners.

TTUHSC recently hosted its 2014 Distinguished Staff Awards & Years of Service Ceremony.

The Distinguished Staff Awards Program was implemented to recognize and reward staff employees (individuals and teams) who excel in their service to the institution.

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 Distinguished Staff Awards:

Quality Staff Award

  • Bill Davis, School of Nursing Simulation Center, Abilene
  • Judith Bayle, School of Medicine OB-GYN, Amarillo
  • Sharon Felts, School of Medicine Breast Center for Excellence, Amarillo
  • Kenia Hernandez, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine OB-GYN
  • Gretchen Ruiz, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine, Student Affairs, Lubbock
  • Amanda Encinias, School of Medicine, Family Medicine, Lubbock
  • Jolene Turpin, School of Medicine, Faculty Affairs & Development, Lubbock
  • Leslie Williamson, School of Medicine Administration, Permian Basin

Quality Supervisor Award

  • Paula Breeding, School of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Practice, Amarillo
  • Lisa Aguilar, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine OB-GYN
  • Karla Chapman, School of Nursing, Lubbock
  • Kim Robison, School of Medicine, Surgery, Lubbock

Quality Team Award

  • Team One: Georgina Barrera, Veronica Garcia, Rosie Gomez, Tiffany Hager, Elizabeth Martinez and Marylin Taylor, School of Nursing Development Student Affairs
  • Team Two: Khadija Bakrim and Joanie Ellison, School of Nursing Information Technology, Lubbock

President’s Award of Excellence

  • Harvey Olney, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Cell Biology Biochemistry, Lubbock
  • Lauren Sullivan, School of Nursing Development Student Affairs, Lubbock

Chancellor’s Award of Excellence

  • Janet Coquelin, Human Resources, Lubbock

Chancellor’s Colonel Rowan Award for Execution

  • Travis Hanson, F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health, Lubbock
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