Centre welcomes new staff members
RELEASED: July 31, 2008
"We're thrilled that Matt has decided to join our coaching staff. Matt is one of the very best players in our school's history and he helped lead us to our back-to-back SCAC championships. I now look forward to the impact Matt is going to have on our basketball program as a coach," Centre College head coach Greg Mason said.
Sallie Bright has accepted the position of Dean's secretary. Before coming to Centre earlier this month, Bright was Outreach Coordinator for the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society. Though this was the only paid position she held with the DBCHS, she has been a volunteer, board member, newsletter editor and all-around helper there for more than 15 years, and is still involved in fostering animals and helping with temperament testing dogs.
Bright also was a copywriter/proofreader at DecoArt for five years, and she also spent nearly 13 years at the Advocate-Messenger as a writer, photographer and features editor. She is a native of Danville and still lives on and is involved in the farm where she was raised (which has been in her family for more 100 years).
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