Emily Sheckells is a former wildcat (2004-2006) and a graduate from USM with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing. Emily also completed her Master’s of Business Administration at William Carey University in 2013. Sheckells began working at PRCC in 2016 and currently serves at the FYE Orientation Coordinator. Aside from “ROAR”ing, she is an instructor of College Life and also works as an advisor in the Office of Student Success. When she is not at work, Emily serves as personal chef, taxi, housekeeper, fun-provider, teeth cleaner, hair dresser, personal stylist, and boo-boo kisser to her 18 month old son.
Ron'Shea Moore is a Gulfport native. She attended Gulfport High school before moving on to attaining her Associate Degree at Pearl River, during which time she was a work study for the Office of Student Success. She now serves as a PRCC Recruiter for the Office of Recruitment. She plans to further her education at the University of Southern Mississippi to receive her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Moore feels extremely blessed and honored to be a part of such a compassionate institution.
Rachel Harris is a 2002 PRCC alumnus. She graduated with her bachelor of science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in Curriculum & Instruction: Elementary Education. Harris then graduated with her Masters of Science from William Carey in Counseling Psychology before earning her M. Ed. From USM in School Counseling. Harris has serves as a teacher for the Picayune School District, a counselor for Pearl River County School District and currently serves as a Pearl River Counselor. She is married with 2 children, Joshua and Jax.
Ronald Baker, of Prentiss, is the Phi Theta Kappa Iota Mu Vice President of Philanthropy and is a part of PRCC’s Student Government Association, Football team, and Mu Alpha Theta. He is majoring in Electrical Engineering and plans to graduate in May 2020.
Shelby Hall, of Purvis, is a sophomore at Pearl River Community College. On campus she is a member of the BSU Lead Team, a PTK Officer, and a River Navigator. Her major is Agri-Business with a concentration in policy and law. Currently she works as an intern for the Lamar County Soil and Water Conversation District. Shelby will transfer to Mississippi State University after Spring 2020.
Faith Robinson, of Flower Town, is majoring in Marine Biology and is the Phi Theta Kappa Iota Mu Vice President of Scholarship. She plans to graduate with her Associates Degree in May of 2020 before transferring to continue her education.