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WSSU employee honored with the Governor's Award for Excellence

Winston-Salem State University employee Tiffany Turner Lynch was awarded the prestigious Governor’s Award for Excellence in the category of Efficiency and Innovation. Turner Lynch works in the Office of Legal Affairs as the Audit, Risk and Compliance Coordinator.

The Governor’s Award for Excellence is the highest honor a state employee may receive for dedicated service to the state and the people of North Carolina. The award recognizes accomplishments and actions that are outside of the usual scope of their job duties.

Please visit the Office of State Human Resources website for a description of each recipient's winning qualities and videos that share their story.

Tiffany Turner Lynch
Tiffany Turner Lynch

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