Williamson named director of EGSC-Statesboro
by Whitley Clifton | February 22, 2019 3:40 pm
East Georgia State College announces the appointment of Jessica Williamson as the new director of EGSC-Statesboro (EGSC-S). She has served as interim director since July 1, 2018.
As director, Williamson will oversee the daily delivery of services at EGSC-S, work collaboratively with Georgia Southern University to facilitate student transfers and contribute strategically as a member of the President’s Cabinet.
EGSC President Dr. Bob Boehmer said, “We are proud and pleased that Jessi Williamson will serve as director of East Georgia State College-Statesboro. In addition to her military service, she has earned a degree at EGSC, two degrees at Georgia Southern University and returned to EGSC to progress through all levels at EGSC-Statesboro as a staff member. She will be an outstanding director and a model for the educational pathway we urge our students to follow.”
Williamson was a military police officer in the United States Army National Guard, 179th Military Police Company, from January 2010 until August 2014. She attended EGSC-Statesboro and completed an AA degree in 2011. While working full time at EGSC-S, she also earned a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies from Georgia Southern University and a Master of Public Administration from Georgia Southern University.
Having held multiple positions at EGSC-Statesboro, all with progressive responsibility, Williamson has attained a broad level of operational knowledge. She began employment in July 2012 as a front-desk clerk, worked as a public safety officer, became institutional services coordinator, was promoted to Student Affairs assistant director and recruiter before being appointed as interim director.
In response to her appointment, Williamson said, “Serving EGSC has…
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