A longtime Clinton Community College (CCC) worker has been recognized for her work in customer service.
Ann Eisenman recently was presented the 2022 Connie Campbell Memorial Customer Service Award. The award was created in memory of CCC employee Connie Campbell, of Camanche, who died in June of 2006.
“Ann seeks to help all individuals she works with, from prospective and current students to co-workers and members of the public. She always has a smile and a greeting, and she remembers everyone’s names and details about them that shows she pays attention and cares about them,” according to the award nomination.
Ms. Eisenman joined the Clinton college in 2002, and serves as assistant to the president and director of the CCC Paul B. Sharar Foundation. In her role with the foundation, she coordinates the annual awarding of scholarships as well as other funds including the High School Equivalency Testing (HiSET) tuition voucher grants, Opportunity Grants, emergency book grants, educational grants for CCC employees, and other student assistance as needed.
She also serves on various CCC and Eastern Iowa Community Colleges committees, and is the race director for the annual B-rrry Scurry 4-Mile Run – an event that raises funds for scholarships.
Ms. Eisenman’s community involvement includes serving on the Clinton Herald editorial board, First Gateway Credit Union Board, Sawmill Museum Board, and as a member of the Clinton Kiwanis Club. She is a past recipient of the YWCA Clinton Women of Achievement.
The Connie Campbell Memorial Customer Service Award honors a CCC employee whose work reflects the customer care that Ms. Campbell demonstrated daily, going above and beyond to give excellent internal and external service.
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