ATLANTA, GA – The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Foundation recently welcomed Mark Ginn of Grantsville and Cosby Johnson of Atlanta to the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
A technical college alumnus, Mark Ginn has a long and distinguished career in aviation. Ginn is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) licensed technician and is the Director of Quality and Accountable Manager for Wencor, an aerospace part approval holder and product distributor located in Peachtree City. Ginn joined Wencor in 2015 after a 32-year career with Delta Air Lines as the Chief Inspector and General Manager of Quality for Technical Operations. Ginn graduated from Atlanta Technical College in 1981 with a degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology.
Cosby Johnson is Vice President of Government Affairs for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. In this role, Johnson directs state level lobbying on behalf of the Georgia Chamber in the issue areas of environment and energy, education, and business and industry. Prior to this, Johnson was Public Affairs Director for Secretary of State Brian Kemp and a staff member for U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss. After graduating from Valdosta State University with a degree in political science, Johnson spent time in Cleveland, Ohio where he was Youth Director for Bethany Christian Church. While in Cleveland, Johnson developed programming for latchkey children at the East End Neighborhood House.
“We are very excited for Mark and Cosby to join the Foundation Board as we continue our efforts to support TCSG’s students,” said TCSG Commissioner, Greg Dozier. “Both will bring a unique set of skills and experiences to the Foundation and I look forward to working with them to support our 22 technical colleges around the state.”
Other members of the TCSG Foundation Board include Dan Baker, Ruth Bettandorff, Lindsay Bridges, Sloane Drake, Aleisa Howell, Jesse Killings, Dan Linginfelter, Tammy Palmgren, Sparky Reeves, and Marjie Roquemore.
About the Technical College System of Georgia Foundation
The TCSG Foundation supports TCSG through marketing, advocacy, and fundraising to benefit the system’s 22 colleges and their programs, faculty, and students. The TCSG Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization.