Foundation Board Spotlights

Judd Moss – Board Spotlight

As a Raymond kid, Judd Moss (1981) was very much in touch with Hinds Community College. After graduating from Raymond High School, he began his college studies in summer 1979, taking some freshman classes and working on campus at his first student worker job in the Maintenance Department.

Ronnie Richardson

Ronnie Richardson

As a Byram High School graduate, Ronnie Richardson wanted to continue his education but also play football. He found his opportunity at Hinds Community College where he played tight end and guard in 1984 and 1985.

Dr. Jesse J. Killingsworth Sr.

Dr. Jesse J. Killingsworth Sr.

Dr. Jesse J. Killingsworth Sr. retired from Hinds Community College after a 35-year career on the Utica Campus but he is still continuing to serve, now as a member of the Hinds Community College Foundation Board of Directors.

Clay Mansell

Clay Mansell

“I’m always impressed with students’ stories and how much they want it. They know that Hinds can be a life-changing experience for them.”

Misti Munroe

Misti Munroe

“The question was never ‘if I was going to go to college’, but ‘how was I going to go’. Receiving the Hinds Foundation scholarship jump-started my educational journey.”

Jimmy Morton

Jimmy Morton

“There are a lot of things that people can do with their time and their money. When you listen to the projects of the college and the Foundation, you know that you’re giving a person a chance to change their life.”

Dr. Dan Hogan

Dr. Dan Hogan

“If you call on Foundation employees to help you with something, they’ll do it. I truly support all areas of the Foundation but what they do for students is most important.”

Nick Olier

Nick Olier

“Hinds gave me the tools I needed to excel at the university level.”

Dean Liles

Dean Liles

“It is a privilege to serve on the Hinds Foundation Board because of all the good support and services the Foundation provides.”

Greg Durrell

Greg Durrell

Long before he became a member of the Hinds Community College Foundation Board of Directors, Jackson architect Greg Durrell was already a friend of Hinds.

Percy Thornton

Percy Thornton

Percy Thornton, owner of Southern States Utility Trailer Sales, didn’t attend Hinds Community College after serving a stint in the military, but he has become a devoted admirer of the college.