Central Georgia Technical College has announced the appointment of Tonya McClure as Executive Director of the Central Georgia Technical College Foundation. Her appointment was effective April 7.
“I am extremely pleased that Tonya has joined the Central Georgia Technical College family,” said college president, Dr. Ronald D. Natale, II. “As leader of our foundation’s efforts, her experience will be a great asset to the continued success of the college and the CGTC Foundation. I am confident that she will move our efforts to the next level.”
McClure said she is eager to begin working with the college and the leadership of the foundation and community.
“Great things are happening at CGTC,” McClure said. “It has been said for some time that CGTC is one of central Georgia’s best kept secrets. With the help of students, faculty, alumni and friends, we will continue to spread CGTC’s compelling success story and to build resources that are absolutely critical to continuing this success into the future.”
McClure was previously director of marketing and public relations for Spiers Land and Development Company. She served in a similar position at the Museum of Aviation Flight & Technology Center in Warner Robins, where she also participated in the museum’s fundraising efforts. She also was regional director of fundraising for the American Heart Association in Macon.
McClure holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a concentration in public relations and advertising from Georgia College & State University.
The Central Georgia Technical College Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit, 501(c)3, foundation established in 1993. The CGTC Foundation is governed by a local board of trustees and is responsible for providing scholarships, endowments, and research grants to promote education at Central Georgia Technical College. The CGTC Foundation works to improve the lives of residents in CGTC’s service area: Baldwin, Bibb, Crawford, Jones, Monroe, Putnam, and Twiggs counties.