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Board of Directors

Southwest Georgia Technical College is supported and advised by a Board of Directors composed of seven members who were nominated for their positions by area industry and educational officials.  Each member was selected and approved by the State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia.

The Board's purpose is to advise on program direction, serve as a check and balance for the development and implementation of College goals, objectives, policies and procedures, and advocate within the community issues of importance to the technical college system, and Georgia's workforce development efforts.

The Southwest Georgia Technical College Board of Directors meets at 4:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month in the Board Room, Building A. To view the agenda for the upcoming meeting please click here.  For meeting information, please contact Christa Herring at 229-225-5068.

Southwest Georgia Technical College Board of Directors

Grady County

     

Mathis

Mr. Chadd Mathis
Grady County
Chamber of Commerce

   
     

Mitchell County

   

Ray

 

 

 

Mr. Ray Muggridge 
Bank of Camilla

Bonita Richter, DMD.
B. Bonita Richter, DMD, INC

 

 

Thomas County

   

Wheeler
Mr. Zachariah P. Wheeler
Chairman 
Archbold Memorial Hospital


Sabrina Boykins-Everett
Thomasville City Schools

     Thomas

     Ms. Kha M. McDonald
     Vice Chair
     City of Thomasville

 

Don
Don Sims
Thomasville-Thomas
County Chamber of
Commerce

State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia

Southwest Georgia Technical College is under the policy and administrative control of the State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia. This Board was established with the responsibility for the governance and management of all the state-supported technical colleges.

The Board executes its responsibilities in two primary ways:

(1) by adopting policies to provide general guidelines for governing the system, and

(2) by electing a Commissioner and, under his/her supervision, presidents of the colleges, who
      are given the responsibility and the authority for the administration of the system in
      accord withthe adopted policies.

For a complete listing of State Board members, please click here.

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