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Marjorie Payne will graduate from Governor's Management Program
Adair Countian, who holds a bachelor's degree from Lindsey Wilson College, is an EEO/Civil Rights Investigator for the Cabinet for Health & Family Services. She is married to Elder Joseph B. Payne, also from Adair County.
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Adair Countian Marjorie B. Payne will graduate from The Governor's Minority Management Trainee Program on June 25, 2011.
She is married to Elder Joseph B. Payne and has three sons, Jacob, Joshua, and Joseph Thomas Payne.
Marjorie is an EEO/Civil Rights Investigator in the EEO/Civil Rights Compliance Branch for The Cabinet for Health & Family Services in Frankfort Kentucky. As an EEO/Civil Rights investigator, Marjorie ensures that compliance with Civil Rights and Equal Opportunity laws and regulations are followed as well as ensuring equitable and fair treatment for all employees and clients of the Cabinet for Health & Family Services.
The Governor's Minority Management Trainee Program was created by Executive Orders in August 1995. It was the first such program of its kind in the nation. This recruitment and professional development tool was established to increase the representation of minority managers within state government.
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY.
This program offers an experience that enables participants to cultivate the skills needed to serve Kentucky's citizens in an effective and responsive manner. Participants receive in-depth, practical training through classroom instruction, on-the-job experience and special projects.
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