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Victoria Seals, C'91, Named President of Atlanta Technical College

May 2017

spelman alum c'91Victoria Seals, C'91, was named the president of Atlanta Technical College in December 2016. She received her B.S. in mathematics from Spelman College, and attended the University of Georgia where she received an M.A. in mathematics, an Ed.S. in mathematics education, and an Ed.D. in educational leadership.

Along with her extensive education, Seals has served in various capacities in the field of education and educational leadership. She began her teaching career in Athens, Georgia, where she worked with Athens-Clarke County Public Schools and Athens Technical College. During her time in Athens, Seals also served as an assistant basketball coach for the Clarke Central High School girls’ basketball program and as a tutor/proctor for The University of Georgia Athletic Department.

Seals joined Gwinnett Technical College in 2005 as an instructor of mathematics, then she advanced to division director for Arts and Sciences and was named dean of academic affairs in 2011. In addition to leading the growth of the Arts and Sciences Division, Seals helped guide Gwinnett Tech’s faculty and staff development program, as well as several student retention initiatives.

“As I transition into this exciting opportunity at Atlanta Technical College, I appreciate the confidence and support of Commissioner Corbin and the TCSG state board. I am proud to have served Gwinnett Technical College’s students and faculty for more than 11 years and to have been a part of the college’s growth, both in the addition of a new campus in Alpharetta and in the development of innovative programming and industry partnerships. At the same time, I am excited about the privilege to work with the Atlanta Technical College faculty, staff, students and community." 

Atlanta Technical College president Dr. Victoria Seals on institution’s future (Rolling Out, April 2017)

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