#WakeArmy January Employees of the Month

Jami Britt Noble, Volunteer Coordinator
In just eight months as volunteer coordinator, Jami has done some incredible work at The Salvation Army of Wake County. She skillfully handled hundreds of volunteers over the Christmas season, while maintaining volunteers and resources for everyday needs at #WakeArmy like Family Stores and the Soup Kitchen. She has cultivated some great collaborations in the community with partners that send us volunteers, in-kind items, and financial donations. Her work directly impacts the success of all our programs and helps us provide the highest level of service to our clients. More than this, Jami brings a special spirit of care and compassion to her relationships with volunteers and staff.

Thomas Harrison, Production Supervisor, Tryon Road Family Store
Thomas always has God in his heart and is a believer in community ministry. He always encourages staff members to do their best and to be a team player. He always makes himself available to the Salvation Army as he deeply believes in its mission. Prior to joining #WakeArmy as a full-time member, Thomas worked countless hours as a volunteer. He is always ready to lend a helping hand.

Elvis Person, Store Clerk, Sanford Family Store
Elvis is a great asset to The Salvation Army of Lee County Family Store. He is not only loved by the staff, but by the community as well. His sweet spirit and caring nature helps bring joy and laughter to each and everyone he comes in contact with on a daily basis. Elvis goes above and beyond his daily duties to make sure the store runs smooth and effectively. Elvis truly is an example of not only a great employee, but a great man.

Jimmy Pierre, Missions Specialist
Jimmy has been with The Salvation Army of Wake County for just four months but has had an immediate impact. Jimmy is no stranger to The Salvation Army having served as Head Counselor at Camp Keystone (2006-11), Youth Director of Tallahassee Corps (2011-14), Youth Director at Morehead City Corps (2014-16 ) and most recently as Youth Director at Hickory Corps. Jimmy is originally from the Bahamas and grew up in Miami and began serving in The Salvation Army at a young age.

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