Cheryl Carty, second from left, is shown at the GEAC awards ceremony with, l-r, Dr. Christopher Blake, MGA president; Renee Pearman, marketing director; Lee Greenway, communications director; and Jenn Stenander, vice president for Enrollment Management.
The Georgia Education Advancement Council (GEAC) has recognized Cheryl Carty,
Middle Georgia State University’s chief marketing officer and assistant vice president,
for individual achievement in marketing and communications.
GEAC is a statewide organization for those at public and private
colleges and universities who work in educational advancement, including the areas of alumni,
development, publications, and communications. Carty was nominated for the award by
Dr. Christopher Blake, Middle Georgia State’s president, and received it at GEAC’s fall 2018
conference in Savannah. Read more here.