North Carolina DMV adding new driver license examiners
Getting a driver license in North Carolina may soon get a little easier. The N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles says it has added 41 new driver license examiner graduates to 32 offices statewide. A news release from the agency says the new employees recently graduated from its Basic Examiner Training School and participated in a recognition ceremony on Tuesday. The agency says it is working to improve customer service with more examiners, express lines, dedicated road test teams and the use of customer service representatives to help people in line make sure they have the appropriate documents.
The new examiners and their duty stations are: Calvin Adkins, Tarboro; Evelyn Allen, Charlotte North; Katie Billingsley, Diane Shillingford, Salisbury; Jennifer Blackmon, Tammy Norris, Smithfield; Tawana Brackett, Raleigh East; Doreen Brinkley, Charlotte East; Crystal Cain, David Williamston, Winston-Salem South; Samantha Davis, Williamston; Kimberly Dorsey, Kenansville; Matthew Fisher, Susan Horton, Rebecca Stephens, Roger Thompson, Asheville; Sidney Franklin, Oxford; Amanda Fulford, Amanda Hennessey, Jacksonville; Teresa Gilreath, Durham South; Brian Gomez, Jerry Robinson, Diane Smith, Charlotte West; Erin Helton, Hendersonville; Michael Hopkins, Greensboro West; Lawrence Johnson, Shakirah Kirton, Terri Mullen, Huntersville; Evelyn Knight, Rocky Mount; Inez Mixson, Charrone Simons, Monroe; Daniel Parish, Clinton; Shakemma Perkins, Durham East; Quintana Robbs, Greenville; Tammie Shore, Yadkinville; Jacqueline Silver, Wilmington South; Siobhan Small, Cary; Shaniqua Smith, Greensboro East; Phylicia Walden, Lumberton; Kenneth Whittington, Mooresville and Da’Quain Woods, Wilmington North.