The face of the front office will celebrate her 16th anniversary Nov. 7, with the West Virginia Junior College, Morgantown campus.
In Sept. 1997, Diane Hevner graduated from the WVJC with a diploma in Office Technology and Office Processing.
“Diane is the first person our potential students hear and see,” said Jessica Nuckles, High School Admissions Representative. “Her demeanor and attitude toward them help to create a positive enrollment experience.”
Jessica added that the staff also sincerely appreciates her dedication to making sure there’s coffee in the morning.
Diane said her favorite thing about her position is interacting with all of the students. She said she also had quite a good time last year with Rodney Murray, now a WVJC Medical Assistant graduate, by putting a large photo of him on the WVJC Christmas tree.
Diane and her husband, Paul, have two daughters, Lori and Debbie, and three grandchildren. They also have a dog, Peaches, and a cockatoo, Poppins.
“Without Diane in the front office, it’s as if the WVJC comes to a halt,” said Holly Hildreth, WVJC Career Management Director. “She takes care of so many things, and I hope that she realizes that she is an integral part of our organization.”