Kathi Knight, Executive Secretary
Kathi has been involved in the SCSNM for more than 40 years. She has occupied every position at one time and is currently in her 9th year as the Executive Secretary. She is currently employed at Palmetto Health as the Imaging Manager of Nuclear Medicine, PETCT and CT. In her time off, she enjoys spending time with her husband of 40 years and their 2 sons.
Nakia Robinson, CNMT, NMTCB(CT), RT(N): Advisor
Nakia has been a NMT for more than 15 years. She is employed at Lexington Medical Center. She has been actively involved in the SCSNM for all 15 years but has been the Secretary for the last 8 years. She has two wonderful boys, a loving husband and her hobbies include tennis and, being a baseball and football mom. Nakia is also a Clinical Supervisor for MTC students and a committee member for the NMT program at MTC.
Jessica Riley, MA, RT(N): Legislative Chair
Jessica is the cardiac diagnostics manager at Lexington Cardiology. She has been involved in SCSNM since 1990 and was president in 2003-2004. She currently is the legislative chair and SCQRSA representative. In her free time Jessica loves to travel and float.
Betty Corley,: Parliamentarian
Joey Godley,CNMT, RT(CT): Chairman of the Board
Joey has been a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for 30 yrs. She has been a active member in the SCSNM since she was a student. She is employed at Lexington Medical Center. Joey is the mother to 3 wonderful young adults and the wife to a loving husband. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and vacationing at the beach.
Monford Russell, MPH, CNMT, NMTCB (CT), RT(N)
Monford graduated from the NMT program at MTC in 2018 and is currently employed at Lexington Medical Center and Prisma Health Richland. Before going into nuclear medicine he earned is undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of South Carolina and worked in the medical sales field for several years. When he is not working he enjoys being outdoors, seeing live music and spending time with friends and family.
David Taylor, CNMT, NMTCB(CT): Treasurer
David graduated the MTC nuclear medicine program in 2014. He started his career at Triad Isotopes for 2 years. After working PRN at Providence Health for a year, he was hired by Lexington Medical Center. David worked his way from PRN to his current role as a full time technologist at LMC. In his spare time David enjoys good bourbon, golf and live music.
Mauren Kreiner, MHS, CNMT, RT(N) ARRT, Secretary
Mauren completed her Masters of Health Science in Higher Education in 2016 and she also holds a Bachelors from USC. She is a graduate of MTC nuclear medicine program. Currently, Mauren is the Director of both the Nuclear Medicine and Computed Tomography programs offered at Midlands Technical College. She is a longtime member of the SCSNM and the SNMMI Mauren is married with two children and two dogs. In her spare time she enjoys the beach and relaxing.
Robyn Rhodes,: President-Elect
Robyn has been in Nuclear Medicine for 33 years and is currently employed at Prisma-Health Baptist cmpaus. She holds certifications in radiology, CT, Nm and PET/CT. Robyn recieved her Bachelor's degree in Health Care Management/Education from MUSC in 1994. She enjoys going to the beach, decorating, Chapin lacrosse and spending time with her friends and fmaily.
Karen Owens, CNMT,RT(N)(CT): President
Karen has been a Nuclear Medicine Technologist for 30 years. Karen is employed at Bon Secours St. Francis in Greenville SC working in PET CT and CT. Karen has two sons and a loving husband and she enjoys spending time with family and friends in her spare time. email@example.com
Jasmine Washington, BS, CNMT, ARRT (RT): Meeting Planner
Jasmine has been a NMT for 2 years and currently works at Cardiology Associates of Sumter as well as Providence Health. Jasmine has been a member of the SCSNM since being a student. She looks forward to her new role as the meeting planner for the society. In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis, hanging with friends & family and traveling.
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