Hunter AAF campus staffer Trena Lee receives PAWS Award!

Columbia College-Hunter Army Airfield

Sept. 3, 2013
Trena Lee, PAWS Award recipient

Trena Lee had been serving the Hunter Army Airfield campus as an administrative assistant until a few months ago when she was promoted to academic advisor I. Since then, she has been very busy adjusting to her new position and the staff here at the Hunter Army Airfield campus would like to shine a light on her accomplishments.

While learning her new duties, she continued to support the administrative staff and trained two new administrative employees, demonstrating her motivation and dedication to hard work. Part of her job requires the repetition of explaining processes to many students, and she does so with the utmost patience and a smile. She also oversees exam proctoring and jumps in as a proctor herself when needed. She has become a very confident advisor and has learned the VA certification process as well.  

As a result, Campus Director Dana Davis nominated Trena for a PAWS Award, and in August Trena was selected by the Staff Association Advisory Council (SAAC) as an awardee of a PAWS coin for exemplifying the attributes of:

Pride – Proud of the work she does for our community and organization
Attitude – Values differences and treats others as she would be treated
Willingness – Shows and acknowledges she is part of a team dedicated to quality
Service – Ready to go the extra mile to provide for students, alumni, visitors and fellow staff
Congratulations, Trena, on a job well done. You're a valued member of the team. Keep up the good work!