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Potomac State College Recognizes Employees Exemplifying WVU’s Core Values

WVU Potomac State College 2022 Value Coin recipients

WVU Potomac State College recently awarded Value Coins and certificates to employees exemplifying WVU’s Core Values of Service, Curiosity, Respect, Accountability, and Appreciation. Pictured front row from left: Campus President Jennifer Orlikoff, Amie Chronister, MaryElizabeth Keller, Sabrina Parks, Taylor Hill, Donna Helton. Second row from left: Deb Baker and Helen Jenkins. Third row from left: Nicholas Gardner, Norma Hart, Tricia Shultz, Kara Hotchkiss, Shannon Meek, and April Shapiro. 

KEYSER, WV, MAY 17, 2022 -- West Virginia University Potomac State College recently recognized employees for going above and beyond to make PSC a better place by exemplifying through their daily work WVU’s Core Values of Service, Curiosity, Respect, Accountability, and Appreciation. Each was presented with a 2022 WVU Values Coin and Certificate.

The WVU Values Coin program continues to grow by coin recipients from the previous year "paying it forward" with each selecting a fellow employee who they believe exemplifies the core values. Therefore, award recipients are selected by their peers. 

Campus President Jennifer Orlikoff presented the coins to the following individuals announcing their respective core values:

Deb Baker, a campus service worker, was recognized for service.

Amie Chronister, an admissions assistant in the Office of Enrollment Services, was recognized for her accountability. 

Erin Cunningham, an assistant professor in the Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM)division, received her coin for appreciation. 

Nicholas Gardner, director of the Mary F. Shipper Library, received his value coin for the core value of curiosity. 

Norma Hart, an administrative assistant in the Office of Academic Affairs, received her value coin for respect. 

Donna Helton is a program assistant II who deals with facility conferencing and reservations. She was recognized for service.

Kara Hotchkiss received her value coin for curiosity. She serves as coordinator of student engagement in the Office of Student Experience. 

Taylor Hill was recognized for the core value of service. He serves as a marketing strategist in University Relations.  

Helen​ Jenkins is an accounting assistant II in the Business Office and received her coin for accountability.

MaryElizabeth Keller was also recognized for accountability. She serves as the records officer in the Office of Enrollment Services. 

Jamey Kesner is a campus service worker who was recognized for service. 

Robin Llewellyn, a food service worker, received her value coin for the core value of appreciation. 

Shannon Meek, an administrative assistant in the Office of Academic Affairs, received her value coin for curiosity. She also serves as the Campus Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator.

Sabrina Parks is a project coordinator in the Office of Enrollment Services who was recognized for the core value of curiosity.

Mo Pratt serves as a sports information director in the Athletic Department as well as the women’s head soccer coach. His value coin recognizes his accountability.

Mark See is a maintenance worker who received his value coin for service. 

April Shapiro serves as both the chair and an assistant professor in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. She was recognized for the core value of accountability. 

Tricia Shultz, director of Information Technology, earned her value coin for respect. 

John Stone, a professor in the Applied Sciences division, received his value coin for respect. 

Eddie Thorne, a maintenance worker lead, was recognized for the core value of accountability.