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STEVE FOUST

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Steve Foust
Steve Foust

New job title: Realtor

Employer: Century 21 Larry Miller Realty

Work experience: He has been a licensed realtor since 2007 and has 30 years of prior experience in the wholesale flooring business.

MARY FAY VIDEON

New job title: Mortgage loan officer

Employer: SunTrust Mortgage

Work experience: She previously worked for Academy Mortgage and Pro Lending. She has 25 years experience in mortgages.

JOHN BAIRD

New job title: Mortgage loan officer

Employer: SunTrust Mortgage

Work experience: He has seven years of experience in the mortgage industry.

DR. FRANKLIN TAY

New job title: Department of Endodontics Chair

Employer: Georgia Health Sciences University

Work experience: He has been a professor in endodontics since 2007. He also chairs the Research Advisory Committee and International Student Exchange Program.

Education: Ph.D. from the University of Queensland; doctorate from the University of Hong Kong

DAVID CHAMBLEE

New job title: Dean of the School of Professional Studies

Employer: Paine College

Work experience: He was previously Quality Engineering Manager at Tyco Electronics Corp. and a manufacturing process engineer at Marconi Communications. He has also served as a professor and vice president of the Applied Engineering Technology Department Advisory Board for the School of Technology at North Carolina A & T State University.

Education: Bachelor of Science, North Carolina A & T State University; Master of Science, Bowling Green State University; doctorate in Leadership Studies, North Carolina A & T State University

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