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Eric L. Richardson, dean of the School of Graduate Professional Studies, Rebecca
Thomas, associate dean of Institutional Effectiveness, and Cody Boring, graduate assistant
for King College have been appointed by the Board of Directors of the Tennessee Center
for Performance Excellence (TNCPE) to the 2012 Board of Examiners. This is Richardson’s
second appointment to the Board. He was first appointed in 2011.
Every year, the TNCPE award program recognizes organizations demonstrating excellence
in business operations and results.
As examiners, Richardson, Thomas, and Boring will be responsible for reviewing and
evaluating organizations that apply for a TNCPE Award. The Board of Examiners is composed
of experts from all sectors of the regional economy, including business, industry,
education and health care organizations, professional and trade associations, and
government. Examiners meet the highest standards of achievement and peer recognition
in their fields. All members of the board must complete extensive training in the
Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence.
Established in 1993, TNCPE promotes economic development by helping companies grow
more competitive in today's global marketplace. The program is patterned after the
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, recognized as the national standard. Over
the years, more than 1,100 organizations have participated in the award program.
For further information, contact the Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence,
2525 Perimeter Place Dr., Suite 122, Nashville, TN 37214; 800-453-6474; email@example.com;
or visit the TNCPE Web site at www.tncpe.org.
TNCPE: The non-profit Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence is an economic development
organization that provides regional organizations access to low-cost performance improvement
education and services. This is done primarily through the framework of an awards
program based on the Baldrige National Quality Program. In addition, TNCPE provides
educational opportunities throughout the year, including the Excellence in Tennessee
Conference in February.
King College is a Presbyterian, master's-level comprehensive college structured on a university
model. Founded in 1867, the College offers more than 90 majors, minors, pre-professional
degrees and concentrations in fields such as business, nursing, law, medical and health
sciences, pharmacy, digital media, education, and humanities. Graduate programs are
offered in business administration, education, and nursing. A number of off-campus
learning opportunities and travel destinations are also available. King College is
a NCAA Division II and a Conference Carolinas member with 24 varsity athletic teams.
For more information about King College, visit www.king.edu. King College does not discriminate against academically qualified students of any
race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability. King College is
certified by SCHEV to operate locations in Virginia. For more information, contact
the King College office at Southwest Virginia Community College, 309 College Road,
Richlands, VA 24641.