Altomese Lanise Harrison hired as SGTC Custodian for Americus campus
Altomese Lanise Harrison of Oglethorpe has joined South Georgia Technical College as a full-time custodian for the Americus campus, announced South Georgia Technical College President Dr. John Watford. She will report to SGTC Maintenance Director Jeff Wiseman and Assistant to the President Don Smith. Harrison has been working as a part-time custodian at South Georgia Technical College for the past 12 months and now she has been hired to fill a full-time position. In her new position, she will be responsible for the Odom Center Administrative Building and the James Hall residential hall on the Americus campus as well as other duties as assigned. She attended D.F. Douglass High School in Macon County and earned her GED. She is the daughter of Gloria Harmon of Montezuma and Luther Manson of Fort Valley. She has two children, Quinton Harrison who is a student at Lincoln University in Jeffersonville, MO; and Quin-Dhajan Harrison, a student at Macon County Elementary School.