Spring brought new roles in the organization for some NCRPC staff members.
Emily Benedick was named Executive Director in March, succeeding Doug McKinney after his retirement. Adding to the leadership team, Lisa Peters accepted the Assistant Director position previously held by Benedick. Peters has been with the organization since 2011 and also serves as Homeland Security Fiscal Coordinator.
Other position changes effective April 1, 2020 include Amanda Horn being named Community Development Representative. She joined the staff in 2019 as Administrative / Research Assistant. Brett Beck was named NCKCN Assistant Systems Administrator / Outside Plant Manager. He has been with the organization full time since 2006. Michael Draemel, who has been with the organization since 2016, was named NCKCN Assistant Systems Administrator / IT Plant Manager.
“The success of our organization and services we offer would not be possible without a great staff,” Executive Director Emily Benedick said. “These individuals have proven their commitment to high-quality work over and over again.”
This article appeared in the May 2020 NCRPC Newsletter.