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November 12, 2013

Business news in brief, week of Nov. 10, 2013

MCF names employees of quarter

BUNKER HILL — Miami Correctional Facility has named its Employees of the Third Quarter. Those honored include: Joyce Brantley, Employee of the Quarter (non-custody); Sgt. Quentin Coppernoll, Supervisor of the Quarter (custody or non-custody); and Officer Denver Nettifee, Custody Officer of the Quarter.

Brantley, Correctional Caseworker, was hired in May 2007 as a Correctional Officer at Logansport Juvenile Correctional Facility. She was rehired as a Program Coordinator 3 at the Criminal Justice Institute and transferred to MCF in April 2012 as a Caseworker 4.

Coppernoll, Unit Team Manager, was hired in November 2005 as a Correctional Officer. He promoted to Sergeant in December 2012.

Nettifee was hired at MCF as a Correctional Officer in January 2013.

These outstanding staffers set good examples for others, take part in special projects, exercise good judgment, demonstrate enthusiasm for work, demonstrate outstanding achievement, are team-oriented, display dependability and perseverance, have a positive attitude, communicate well with others, and display professionalism.

MCF recognizes leadership excellence

BUNKER HILL — Miami Correctional Facility honored several correctional leaders with quarterly “Leadership Challenge Awards” recently.

•	Inspire a Shared Vision (Search for opportunities by seeking innovative ways to change, grow, and improve) — Sgt. Danny Waller. Sgt. Waller was hired at MCF as a Correctional Officer in November 2010. He promoted to Sergeant in September 2013.

•	Enabling Others to Act (Strengthen others by sharing power and discretion)—Sgt. Zachary Whann. Sgt. Zachary Whann was hired at MCF as a Correctional Officer in December 2005 and promoted to sergeant in August 2007.

•	Challenge the Process (Experiment and take risks by constantly generating small wins and learning from mistakes) – Sean Moore, Unit Team Manager. Mr. Moore was hired at MCF in January 2004 as a Casework Manager 3. In February 2007 he promoted to Unit Team Manager 2.

•	Encourage the Heart (Recognize contributions by showing appreciation for individual excellence) – Joyce Holland, Casework Manager. Ms. Holland began her career at MCF as a Casework Manager 3 in March 2009.

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