Hunter receives Mission Award from the Mount

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By: Jessica Lohner

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The College of Mount St. Joseph presented the 2012 Elizabeth Seton Mission Award to Kim Hunter, director of instructional technology. The annual award recognizes an outstanding staff member who creates an environment that supports the mission of the College, is sensitive to the needs of others and who gives evidence of service to students.

Hunter has worked in the Mount since 1990 when she began working as an assistant professor of computer information systems in the business administration department. She transitioned into her current role in 2005.

Hunter and her husband, Tom, live in West Chester. They have four children and are active members and volunteers at St. Michael Church in Sharonville.

The College of Mount St. Joseph is an undergraduate and graduate Catholic college that provides an interdisciplinary liberal arts and professional curriculum emphasizing values, service and social responsibility.