Coughlin hired as English Instructor at South Georgia Technical College Crisp County Center
Margaret “Maggie” Lee Kerr Coughlin has been hired as a full-time English Instructor for South Georgia Technical College’s Crisp County Center Campus, announced South Georgia Technical College President Dr. John Watford. Coughlin will report to Julie Partain, Dean of Enrollment Management on the Crisp County Center, and SGTC Vice President of Academic Affairs David Kuipers.
Coughlin is relocating to middle Georgia from Newnan, GA. She has over 4,000 plus writing credits including press releases, articles, speeches, advertisements, brochures, websites, video scripts, case studies, plans, white papers and proposals. She also has taught English at Central Georgia Technical College and West Georgia Technical College.
Prior to teaching English at the technical college level, Coughlin worked as the Assistant Director of Marketing at the University of West Georgia as well as the Director of Communications and Strategy and oversaw Communications Strategy & Special Projects there.
She earned an Associate of Arts in Political Science from the University of Rio Grande and later received her Bachelor of Science in Integrative Studies, English and Communications concentration and a Master’s in Liberal Studies, English concentration from Clayton State University. She also has a MBTI certification and International Coaching Federation credential.
“I would like to welcome Maggie Coughlin to South Georgia Technical College,” said Dr. Watford. “I believe that she will be an asset to our college and our students. Please join me in welcoming Maggie Coughlin to the South Georgia Technical College Crisp County Center.”