Shamelah Williams, medical support assistant in the UNC Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, has been selected as a semi-finalist in the UNC Hospitals and School of Medicine’s “Promise Idol.”
Ms. Williams, who will sing at the Idol event, is new-patient coordinator for thoracic (lung and chest) surgery patients at UNC.
The Promise Idol is an annual affair that offers UNC Health Care and School of Medicine employees, volunteers and residents a chance to take the stage and share their talents. The competition will be held during the 2012 N.C. Children’s Promise Radio/Telethon on Thursday, Nov. 15, in the lobby of N.C. Children’s Hospital. The annual radio/telethon raises funds for the Children’s Hospital.
The grand prize will be a $100 gift card to the Streets at Southpoint in Durham and the title of Promise Idol.