Williams gets CCBDSN award | News | The Press and Standard
by The Press and Standard | December 7, 2015 4:10 pm
Geneatha Williams was honored recently, receiving the Happy McLeod Employee of the Year Award at the Colleton County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs annual employee recognition dinner.
Williams has been employed with Colleton County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs for five years. Originally hired as an early interventionist, she is currently a case manager.
In that role she conducts assessments, writes service plans, maintains contact with service recipients and their families.
“In short, she ensures that all needs are met,” explained CCBDSN Executive Director Dean Redd.
“Ms. Williams consistently provides exceptional quality of work by providing superior support to not only the people we serve, but to her fellow employees,” Redd said.
“She arrives early and works as long as necessary to meet the demands of the day,” he added. “She is always the first to volunteer, to assume additional responsibilities and to coordinate special events.”
“She puts the needs of others before her own. We are privileged to have Ms. Williams as a member of our team,” Redd said.
Joining Williams as honorees at the dinner were:
- Day Program Full Time Employee Of The Year: Stacey Sumter
- Day Program Part Time Employee Of The Year: Jacquetta Doctor
- CTH II Employee Of The Year: Ashlei Brown
- Mary Alice “Baby Tang” Reed CRCF Employee Of The Year: Susie Williams
- SLP II Employee Of The Year: Sharon Murdaugh
- Val Boozer Residential Sub Employee Of The Year: Denise Wright
- Support Staff Employee Of The Year: Georgia “Gi Gi” Stanfield
McDonald’s Restaurants #5040 and #256 were recognized by the CCBDSN “with deep appreciation for creating employment opportunities for the people we serve.”
Eric Campbell, pastor of the New Covenant Word for Life Ministry, was the guest speaker for the dinner.