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BCC Nursing Simulation Lab Named in Honor of Pamela Jones

Brunswick Community College (BCC) President Gene Smith, The Foundation of BCC staff, and Nursing faculty gathered with donor Maureen Wright and family to celebrate the naming of the college’s state-of-the-art simulation laboratory after her daughter, Pamela Jones.

Pamela Jones was a 1993 graduate of Emory Law School and worked at Lee Hecht Harrison as Chief Legal Officer and Vice President of Human Resources. “Pam was a beautiful person with an energetic mind and wide, caring heart,” said Wright. “She was a friend to all, always kind and thoughtful, with a fun and loving spirit. She was a shelter for so many souls and truly remarkable. She loved helping others, so we are pleased that everyone studying here will be doing the same.”

Ms. Wright and her husband and son toured the simulation lab and enjoyed demonstrations of its most exciting features. “We could not be more pleased to further Pamela’s desire to help others by naming this lab in her honor,” said President Smith. “Her name will be a constant reminder to our students of the importance of striving for excellence and always putting patients first. We are grateful to Ms. Wright for her generosity. Through people like her, BCC continues to grow in service to our students and community.”

To learn more about how you can join The Foundation of BCC in making a difference in the lives of others, please visit our website at or reach out to Executive Director Teresa Nelson at [email protected] or (910) 755-6530.

May 21, 2024

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