West Georgia Technical College Appoints Mike Jiles as Vice President of Operations and Technology

West Georgia Technical College Promotes Assistant Vice President of Facilities to Vice President of Operations and Technology: Meet the Dedicated Leader Driving College Growth

West Georgia Technical College (WGTC) has announced the promotion of Mike Jiles from Assistant Vice President of Facilities to Vice President of Operations and Technology. Dr. Julie Post, President of WGTC, commended Jiles for his creativity and effective leadership in implementing significant changes in facilities and operations at WGTC. In his new role, Jiles will be responsible for overseeing the facilities department, information technology department, and campus bookstore operations.

Jiles, who has 20 years of military service and previous experience, first joined WGTC in 2009 as Facilities Director. He has since held various roles within the college, including Executive Director of Facilities and Assistant Vice President of Facilities. During his tenure, he played a key role in merging two college facilities departments and overseeing major construction projects in Douglas, Coweta, and Carroll counties.

Dr. Post noted that Jiles’ dedication and the positive impact he has made on the college through his work have been instrumental in the college’s growth and success. She expressed her excitement about Jiles taking on this new challenge and looking forward to seeing him contribute to the college’s future.

Jiles expressed his excitement about his new position and said he is eager to continue making a positive impact on the community by helping WGTC achieve its goals. He is particularly interested in being involved in discussions about new programs and space requirements so that he can better understand WGTC’s direction and goals. His goal is to use his skills and knowledge to help the college achieve these objectives while continuing to make a positive impact on the community.

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