Americus Times-Recorder, Americus, Georgia

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December 8, 2012

GSW’s Snyder elected to GEAC state board

St. Simons — Stephen Snyder, director of University Relations at Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW), was elected to serve on the Georgia Education Advancement Council (GEAC) Board of Directors at the group’s annual conference held recently at the King and Prince in St. Simons.

Founded in 1972, and formally organized in 1974, GEAC is a nonprofit, statewide organization for those at public and private colleges and universities who work in educational advancement including the areas of alumni, development, marketing and communications. Its purpose is to promote the cause of education in Georgia. The GEAC board consists of 14 members, each serving a three-year term.

The 2012 annual conference included over 200 individuals from 50 institutions within the University System of Georgia, the Technical College System of Georgia and private Georgia colleges and universities.

At the meeting, Rick Woodall, director of Campaign Promotions and Advancement Communications from Berry College, was elected president of the group, and Wes Zamzow of Augusta State University was named president-elect. Su Ann Bird of South Georgia Technical College was elected secretary, and Sue Chipman from Macon State College was re-elected as treasurer. Jeff Boggan from North Georgia College and State University is the immediate past-president of the organization.

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