STC Board Inducts Two New Members
August 29, 2013 - The Southeastern Technical College Board of Directors welcomed two new members in its most recent meeting on Aug. 15 at the Southeast Early College and Career Academy in Vidalia.
Carol Hansley of Vidalia and Donna Tootle of Glennville will represent Toombs and Tattnall counties, respectively, on the college’s board.
Both members were sworn in at the beginning of the Aug. 15 meeting by board chairman Judge Don Wilkes, presiding over his first board meeting as chairman.
Hansley has been an educator in Toombs County since 1976, serving over 20 years as the school counselor for Vidalia High School (VHS). Hansley also taught at J.R. Trippe Middle School in Vidalia and Toombs Central School in Lyons. She is retired, but continues to work with VHS on a part-time basis.
Tootle has had a similar career, teaching in Tattnall County since 1974 and retiring in 2009. Though the majority of her career was spent at Glennville Elementary School and Tattnall County High School, Tootle did serve as the director of Southeastern Tech’s Glennville campus from 1998 to 2001.
“I look forward to working with Carol and Donna,” said Dr. Cathryn T. Mitchell, president of Southeastern Tech. “Both of these ladies have a passion for education and for working with high school students to encourage them to continue their education. They will be strong advocates for Southeastern Tech.”
For more information on the STC Board of Directors, visit www.southeasterntech.edu or call 912-538-3100 or 478-289-2200.