News Maker President Tracy Fitzsimmons on SU recent successes

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Shenandoah University (SU) has had a number of accomplishments to celebrate in the past year.

In part one of our News Maker segment with SU President Tracy Fitzsimmons Ph.D we talk about her selection as one of the 500 top Educators in Virginia.

That designation comes from the editors of Virginia Business Magazine.

In part two of our talk with President Fitzsimmons we will talk about still more accolades for the University.

We will also talk about a celebration scheduled at the campus to celebrate not just SU but the community it serves.

News maker segments air at 8:30 a.m. weekdays with the full interviews in the noon hour each weekday.

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SU President and 8 other Winchester leaders place in the VA. 500 list

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Shenandoah university President Tracy Fitzsimmons PH.D is among eight area leaders who have earned a spot in Virginia Business Magazine’s Virginia 500 list.

This is a list of the state’s most powerful and influential leaders in business, government, politics and education determined by the editorial team for Virginia Business.

Other Winchester area individuals included in the Virginia 500 are Mark Nantz, President and CEO of Valley Health System.

M. Scott Culbreth, President and CEO of American Woodmark.

Bryan H. Fairbanks, President and CEO of Trex Co. Inc.

Scott Moulden, Managing Partner YHB CPAs and Consultants.

David Gum CEO of White House Foods.

Dr. J. Stephen Jones, President and CEO of Inova Health System.

Virginia Business covers economic activity in all industry sectors in every region of the state.

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