June 25 – ALBANY – Angela Davis will assume the position of Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness at Albany Technical College on June 1.
Davis has served as grants coordinator and compliance officer at ATC since 2010. She will replace Steve Eidson, who is retiring after 20 years working for the Technical College System of Georgia.
“Ms. Davis has worked with Albany Technical College for 11 years, and during those years she has been instrumental in the institution’s growth and strategic planning efforts,” said Emmett Griswold, Acting President. of Albany Technical College, in a press release. “As the college’s senior executive, she will continue to support the college’s mission by providing exceptional leadership through student-centered approaches.”
Davis has extensive experience developing and administering grant proposals. She is known for her attention to detail, competence and time management skills. She has overseen several multi-million dollar grants and previously held supervisory positions.
“Having worked in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness since coming to college, I have had the opportunity to assist the department through SACSCOC accreditation, Perkins/PAR reviews and strategic planning,” said Davis said. “As a member of program assessment and review committees, I have the opportunity to provide advice and feedback to improve and improve student learning.”
In addition to his proficiency in assessment and evaluation methods and knowledge of various state and federal grant regulations, Davis’ professional development includes Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certification, Lean Six Sigma Green certification Belt, Certified Defense Financial Manager certification, and Federal Appropriations Act training. . She holds a master’s degree in business administration from Albany State University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Alabama State University.