Front row, from left: Charles Higdon, assistant superintendent, Taylor County Schools; Michael Rodenberg, president and chief operating officer, Murakami North America; Thomas Erekson, dean, Eastern Kentucky University College of Business and Technology. Back row, from left: Kristen DeLaGarza, Taylor County High School student; Lindsey McPhearson, college and career ready counselor, Taylor County High School; Laura Benningfield, principal, Taylor County High School; and Angie Miller, administrations/HR manager with Murakami Manufacturing USA.
Front row, from left: Charles Higdon, assistant superintendent, Taylor County Schools; Michael Rodenberg, president and chief operating officer, Murakami North America; Thomas Erekson, dean, Eastern Kentucky University College of Business and Technology. Back row, from left: Kristen DeLaGarza, Taylor County High School student; Lindsey McPhearson, college and career ready counselor, Taylor County High School; Laura Benningfield, principal, Taylor County High School; and Angie Miller, administrations/HR manager with Murakami Manufacturing USA. Photo provided
Front row, from left: Charles Higdon, assistant superintendent, Taylor County Schools; Michael Rodenberg, president and chief operating officer, Murakami North America; Thomas Erekson, dean, Eastern Kentucky University College of Business and Technology. Back row, from left: Kristen DeLaGarza, Taylor County High School student; Lindsey McPhearson, college and career ready counselor, Taylor County High School; Laura Benningfield, principal, Taylor County High School; and Angie Miller, administrations/HR manager with Murakami Manufacturing USA. Photo provided

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