West Georgia Technical College Appoints Mike Jiles as Vice President of Operations and Technology

Veteran Vice President: Mike Jiles Promoted to Lead Operations and Technology at West Georgia Technical College”.

Mike Jiles, a seasoned military veteran and former Facilities Director at West Georgia Technical College (WGTC), has been promoted to Vice President of Operations and Technology. Jiles, who joined WGTC in 2009 as Facilities Director, has spent the past 15 years progressing through various roles such as Executive Director of Facilities and Assistant Vice President of Facilities. In his new role, he will oversee the facilities department, the information technology department, and campus bookstore operations.

Dr. Julie Post, President of WGTC, expressed her excitement about Jiles’ promotion. “Mike has been an integral part of our team for many years,” she said. “His creativity and effective leadership have driven substantial changes in the facilities and operations of our college.” Dr. Post praised Jiles’ dedication to raising the bar for the facilities division, team dynamics, and infrastructure.

Jiles is eager to begin his new role as Vice President of Operations and Technology. “I am thrilled to be involved in discussions and planning for new programs and space requirements,” he said. He sees this as an opportunity to have a better understanding of the organization’s direction and to contribute to achieving its goals. He views his role as a way to give back to the college that has given him so much, using his skills and knowledge to help further the goals of WGTC.

West Georgia Technical College is one of the largest technical colleges in Georgia with campuses in Carroll, Coweta, Douglas, Haralson, Troup counties along with class sites in Heard and Meriwether counties. The college offers more than 120 associate degree, diploma

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