School of Medicine receives recognition for contributions to the 2014 State Employees Combined Campaign

On March 24, the State Employees Combined Campaign held a recognition event at the Governor’s Mansion in Raleigh. Senior Executive Assistant Becky Medford was on hand to receive recognition for the School of Medicine’s contributions to the Combined Campaign.

School of Medicine receives recognition for contributions to the 2014 State Employees Combined Campaign click to enlarge Becky Medford (right) receives recognition for SOM's contributions to the State Employees Capital Campaign from Bill Daughtridge, Jr., Secretary of Department of Administration and State Chair of the 2014 State Employees Combined Campaign

Medford served on the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee as an ambassador for the School of Medicine. Julie Byerley, MD, Vice Dean for Education, was the School of Medicine’s Division Leader.

The School of Medicine’s contributions count towards the overall total for the University, which was recognized as the largest overall contributor to the Combined Campaign. Overall, the School of Medicine raised $194,589 of the University’s fundraising total of $810,738.

Medford would like to thank everyone for their generous support of this campaign.

More information about the March 24 event is available here.