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MERAC announces latest recipients of the Dream Maker Award

MERAC DreamMaker award winnersThe Monarch Employee Recognition and Appreciation Committee (MERAC) includes Monarch employees from across the state who are nominated by peers and appointed to serve two-year terms by CEO Dr. Peggy Terhune. The committee meets each quarter to review exceptional staff member nominations submitted by colleagues in each Monarch market and the committee votes on the winners.

Each winner is notified by their supervisor and awarded a plaque known as “The Dream Maker Award” during various ceremonies and recognition events that are hosted statewide.

Please congratulate the following Monarch employees for being named recipients of the coveted Dream Maker Award for the past quarter:

Jermyko Benjamin - ACTT Coordinator (Behavioral)- Davidson County
Denise McCraw - Developmental Specialist Residential (Residential)- Rutherford County
William “Bill” Garrot - Behavioral Health Therapist V (Behavioral)- Guilford County
Virginia Kilcran - Practice Manager (Behavioral)- Wake County
Kelli Carson - Clinical Operations Director (Behavioral)- Eastpointe region
Margaret “Marlie” Toole - Intensive In Home Associate III (Behavioral)- Lincoln County
Jennifer Winkler - Quality Management Administrative Assistant (Administrative)- Stanly County

Thanks to the “Dream Makers” for all you do to help dreams come true for the many individuals you serve and support.

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