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Libby Peters receives HCTC outstanding staff award

Libby Peters with awardLibby Peters considers it awesome to participate in the mission of Hazard Community and Technical College and HCTC considers Libby Peters as a tremendously valued employee. That s why HCTC honored Libby Peters with the Estella Salley Outstanding Staff award recipient because of her excellence, dedication, and contributions to the college as the registrar.

HCTC President Dr. Steve Greiner noted, Libby Peters has served HCTC for 31 years and during her time she has been committed to serving and assisting students. This is a very deserved honor for professionalism and I appreciate her contributions to HCTC.

Ms. Peters noted, At HCTC, we are family. We often celebrate together, and we sometimes hurt together. I work alongside so many incredibly talented and caring individuals who are dedicated to helping our students achieve more than they ever imagined possible. I like to believe I contribute in some small way to helping our students accomplish their goals and realize their dreams. HCTC programs and services provide hope for a brighter future to individuals, families, and the communities we serve.

Ms. Peters holds a master s degree in Adult and Higher Education and a bachelor s degree in University Studies, graduating Summa Cum Laude, both from Morehead State University. She also received Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Sciences degrees from Hazard Community and Technical College.
Her college work began in 1984. She has served as Registrar since 2001. Prior to that, she was the Computer Operations Analyst (Admissions and Records Officer) at what is now the Technical Campus for eight years. Prior to that, she was an accounting clerk for nine years.

Germaine Shaffer, Vice President of Student Services, praised Ms. Peters for her work. As the only registrar for the College, Ms. Peters is a key component in helping students in their educational pursuits. We are deeply indebted to her for her work and commitment.

HCTC has recognized her contributions by naming her to the President s Leadership Institute in 2012; the New Horizons Faculty and Staff Excellence Award Administrative Staff Recipient, and the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence award in 2013.

Her community service includes the Hazard-Perry County Women s Club.