As Piedmont Community College (PCC) president, Dr. Pamela G. Senegal, continues to partner and grow opportunities in the communities of Caswell and Person counties, elected officials, local organizations, and representatives of regional associations openly recognize Senegal’s collaborative efforts.

Senegal was recently honored with a resolution of support and appreciation that was endorsed by officials from the Caswell County government, Town of Yanceyville, Town of Milton, Caswell Economic Development, and the Caswell County Chamber of Commerce. This decree applauds Senegal’s expertise, professionalism, vision, and commitment to student success in the College’s service areas.

Excerpts from the resolution include:

  • Dr. Senegal serves PCC with integrity, commitment, and professionalism to the benefit of the College, its students, staff, and the Caswell community.
  • Dr. Senegal has demonstrated outstanding vision and leadership throughout the process of developing the Center for Educational and Agricultural Development, including raising more than $5 million to fund this community centered transformational project.
  • Dr. Senegal continues to move the Caswell [County] Campus forward through the development of dual enrollment pathways for our high school students and saving Caswell families more than $120,000 in the last school year alone.
  • Dr. Senegal has maintained a successful professional academic environment during highly demanding times, including a global pandemic, a cyber-attack, and a deeply challenging political environment and has demonstrated commitment, resilience, and hopefulness.

Senegal was presented the resolution during a recent visit with members from the varying groups, as well as Representative Ted Budd’s District Outreach Specialist, Sam Shumate. She said her success could be attributed to the willingness of everyone in the room and the many other partners who believe in education and the betterment of the community.

Senegal thanked the members of each group by closing with an African Proverb, “If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”

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