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									                              CLINTON MAXWELL QUEEN
                                        Vice President
                               Risk Management and Operations
                       Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
                                   Asheville, North Carolina

Mr. Clinton Maxwell Queen is the Vice President of Risk Management and Operations at
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. He oversees functions related to the college’s
police and security including college-wide emergency preparedness and Emergency Management
Guide. He led the effort to introduce an emergency voice alert system, and he works with the staff
development office to coordinate emergency training for faculty and staff. Mr. Queen chairs the
committee on laboratory safety and emergency procedures as well as the Environmental Advisory
Committee. He conducts a policy and procedure review which addresses current emergency steps,
modifies them as necessary, and communicates plans to the college. Mr. Queen represents the
college regarding planning, construction, and operation of the Emergency Service Training Facility.

Mr. Queen’s previous positions with the college include: vice president, chief learning officer; vice
president of continuing education; dean of Allied Health and Public Service; chairperson of
Emergency Medical Science; and instructor. He has served as an EMT-Paramedic; Registered
Nurse, Emergency Nurse Clinician, and Mobile Intensive Care Nurse at Mission/Saint Joseph
Hospitals; a firefighter/captain for the Enka-Candler Fire and Rescue Department; and as chair of
the Department’s Board of Directors.

Mr. Queen holds an M.A.Ed. in educational administration and a B.S. in health services
management from Western Carolina University. He holds an A.A.S. in emergency medical science
from Asheville-Buncombe Technical College and an A.A.S. in nursing from Asheville-Buncombe
Technical Institute. He also attended the Emergency Medical Services Management Institute.

                                                                                          May 20, 2010

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