2018 Executive Committee
Butler Raines, '99
Raines earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Georgia College. He holds a Master of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of Florida. He was a chemist, teacher, web developer and is now head of product for Sales Loft. He is also one of the founders of The Bitter Southerner. Raines also serves on the GCSU Foundation Board of Trustees.
Morgan Stallings, '03
Chair, Scholarship Committee
Stallings graduated from Georgia College with a BBA in economics and earned a master's degree in financial economics from American University. He is the director of Strategy and Integration for North America for AGCO Corporation and also serves on the GCSU Foundation Board of Trustees.
Amber M. Bennett, '09, '10
Treasurer, Chair, Finance Committee
Bennett holds two degrees from Georgia College: bachelor's of accounting and a master's of accountancy. She is a business consultant for the UGA Small Business Development Center and also serves on the College of Business Advisory Board.
Matthew Davis '03, '04
Chair, Alumni Recognition Committee
Davis earned his Bachelors of Science in history and Masters of Arts in public history from Georgia College. Davis is the director of Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion. He is also involved in the Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries and the Southeastern Museums Conference, Jones County PLAN and the Gray Historic Preservation Commission.
Christina Homer Evra, '06
Chair, Alumni Outreach Committee
Evra earned her bachelor's degree in mass communications from Georgia College. While she was at GC, she was the editor in chief of the Colonnade and the Corinthian and also participated in the GEM program. Evra is a client strategist with Digilant.
Michael D. Jordan, '02
Jordan, CPA, received his Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems with a concentration in Accounting from Georgia College. He is founder and president of Rising Star Consulting Services Inc. and is the CFO of Community Development Systems. Jordan has served on the Alumni Board since 2008.
Members at Large
Gary "Mark" Armstrong '06
Mark Armstrong earned his bachelor's in business administration from Georgia College. He is an IT project manager for Intermarkets, Inc.
Pamela Y. Booker, '97
Booker earned her Master of Public Administration and has over 28 years of experience in the telecommunications field, with nine years in HR Talent Acquisition. In 2015, she was recognized nationally by the Career Community Group as a 2015 Women of Color STEM - Leader in Technology award recipient for professional achievement.
Ethel Robertson Boyle, '67
Boyle earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from Georgia State College for Women. She is a realtor with REMAX Agents Realty and also serves on the Rockdale Medical Center Board, Hospital Authority of Rockdale County Board, the Civic League and the Rockdale County Draft Board.
Stephen L.Coxen, '99
Coxen earned his Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Georgia College and his JD from Georgia State University. He practices law with Coxen & Worthington, LLC in Covington, Georgia.
Anresa Stevens Davis, '75
Stone Mountain, Georgia
Davis received her nursing degrees from Georgia College in 1975 and 1976. She is a senior residency counselor with Park Springs Continuing Care Retirement Community in Stone Mountain, Georgia, and is also a member of the Rotary Club.
Christy Ellerbee, '97
Ellerbee earned a BS in public administration from Georgia College. She is an attorney with Ellerbee Consulting with Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceuticals.
Jake P. Grant '06
Grant earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Business from Georgia College. He is an assistant general manager with Hyatt Place in Athens, Georgia.
Ryan Greene, '09, '16
Greene earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Management and his MBA and is director of Auxiliary Services at Middle Georgia State University in Macon, Georgia.
Kyle Hood, '06, '08
Hood earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and his Master of Public Administration from Georgia College. He is the education-workforce development liaison for the Georgia Department of Education where he works with partners from other state agencies, chambers of commerce and local school systems.
Christopher M. Ingle '95
Ingle earned his Bachelor of Science in History and his GCSA and MAT from Valdosta State University. He is the athletic director of Lake Oconee Academy in Greensboro, Georgia. He is also the founder and chairman of Youth Leadership Greene County.
Ajayi H. Monell '08, '10, '13
Monell earned his bachelor's, master's and educational specialist degrees from Georgia College. He is an assistant principal at the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
Zachry R. Mullins '11
Mullins earned his BBA in management at Georgia College and is the digital sales manager for Cox Media Group.
Maxwell R. Pichan, '12
Chair, Homecoming Committee
Pichan earned his bachelor's in business administration from Georgia College and is an enterprise customer account manager at Marketo.
Sandra McCall Rosseter, '62
Chair, Alumni Weekend Committee
Rosseter earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Woman's College of Georgia and an Masters of Education degree from Georgia State University. During her 33 years in education, she served as a teacher and administrator at high school and college institutions. She also stays active in several community organizations including as the volunteer director of the Old School History Museum in Eatonton for more than a decade.
Dilanka Seimon, '03
Seimon graduated from Georgia College with a degree in economics and a minor in finance. He is a general manager of Petroleum Marketing with BHP Billiton.
Ross Sheppard, '13
Sheppard graduated from Georgia College with his bachelor's degree in management and a minor in Rhetoric. He is a realtor with Oconee Classic Real Estate.
Christine Chandler Smallwood, '60
Smallwood earned her Bachelor of Science in Home Economics from Georgia State College for Women, and her Master of Education and her Education Specialist degree from Berry College. She was in the acappella choir at Georgia College and is involved at her church and in the community chorus.
Alissa J. Torchia '09, '11
Torchia earned her bachelor's in psychology and her master's in public administration from Georgia College. She is the conference manager for Meeting Expectations and also serves on the Georgia College traditions council and Georgia Meeting Professionals International.
Betty Pettigrew Smith '76, '78
Representative, Peabody School
Smith is an adjunct professor with Georgia College.