Noregon, Salem Nationalease, and Panasonic donate to Forsyth Tech Community College
The companies provided the Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology department with TOUGHPAD tablets and JPRO Professional Software.
Noregon Systems, Inc. DECEMBER 4, 20190 Tweet ShareIMG7317PHOTO COURTESY OF NOREGON
Working with Panasonic, Noregon and Salem Nationalease donated Panasonic TOUGHPAD tablets to the Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology department at Forsyth Tech Community College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Each tablet includes a suite of diagnostic applications, including JPRO Professional – Noregon’s all makes and models in-shop diagnostic and repair application.
Hats off to Forsyth Tech employees Danielle Rose, apprenticeship coordinator and Kirsten Ruehle Seamster, director, Transportation Center, who were named to the Winston Under 40 advisory board for 2020.
Sponsored by the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, Winston Under 40 is a leading young professionals organization that hosts social, professional development, and service activities to engage future leaders of our community. None of the many activities of the program could be realized without the work and dedication of the advisory board. These individuals will join the board for a two-year term to begin in January. These new board members are very accomplished professionally and involved in the community already, each with special skills to contribute to the board.
Danielle and Kirsten join the following slate of 16 new members of the Winston Under 40 advisory board.
Jessica Aveyard, Winston-Salem Dash
Austin Bailey, Edward Jones
Mike Grace, Kilpatrick Townsend
Martika Harper, Womble Bond Dickinson
Kevonna Hayes, Greater Gift
Matt Kemper, Inmar
Summer Krstevska, Wake Forest University
Bo Nashtoll, Wake Forest University Athletics
Joseph Rose, Cook Medical
Danielle Rose, Forsyth Technical Community College
Kirsten Ruehle Seamster, Forsyth Technical Community College
Jimmy Smith, Wells Fargo
Eyden Thomas, Reynolds American
Kati Tsiolkas, Cook Medical
Andy Webb, Kilpatrick Townsend
Ryan Youngblood, McGriff Insurance Services
Kirsten Ruehle Seamster
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