Nash Community College, a unit of the North Carolina Community College System, was founded in 1967 as a public, two-year, post secondary, educational institution with an open door admission policy.
Nash Community College’s mission is to provide an affordable educational environment which prepares students for college transfer and rewarding careers. Through quality instruction and services, technology, work force development, and community partnerships, Nash Community College provides lifelong learning opportunities to individuals, communities, and organizations.
Did you know that small
businesses are just as likely if not more so than large corporations to be
victims of identity theft?Join us as we
learn some tips and “debunk” some myths about identity theft, frauds, and scams.Nimasheena Burns, from the NC Department of
Justice, Office of the Attorney General, will advise you how to protect
yourself and your good name as you go about your daily routines of working,
shopping, and doing business. (A light lunch will be served)
Presenter:A Tar Heel native, Nimasheena graduated with
a double degree in Political Science and Communications and a Masters in Public
Administration.She serves as Outreach
Specialist at the NC Department of Justice in the Victims and Citizens Service
Section.She handles outreach and research
for a myriad of issues affecting the state’s citizens.Most notable, Ms. Burns gives presentations
on identity theft, frauds, scams, online scams, and red flag violations.