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MOOREFIELD, WV -

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College in Moorefield has named Suzanne Goodall as its first education program coordinator and Vincenza Cumbo as fulltime IT Instructor.

Goodall brings 24 years of experience at all levels of public school education, including more than 18 years teaching in elementary, middle and high school classrooms, and more than five years as assistant principal. 

She also served as head teacher at two Hardy County schools and has taught as an adjunct instructor at Eastern for five years.

Before starting her new position as an instructor at Eastern this August, Cumbo worked primarily for high tech firms in jobs ranging from software developer to lead project engineer. 

Through the University of Maryland's University College, she earned both a master degree in computer information technology, and a graduate certificate in software development management. She earned her bachelor's degree in finance and accounting from Worcester State College.