Ginni Jones is from Williamston, NC. She graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014 with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Women's Studies. At UNC, Ginni worked in student affairs as the Co-Director of a new student program, Carolina Kickoff. After graduating from UNC, Ginni completed a faith-based year of service with Johnson Service Corps in Chapel Hill, NC.
No stranger to the Emmanuel family, Chad Nelson was promoted to serve as Head Coach for Men's Volleyball in 2015 after spending one season as the Lions assistant coach. Chad brings 13 years of coaching experience to the table having coached at every level of NCAA competition and almost just as many years coaching at the club level.
Ronald has been a professional astronomer and physics educator since 1985. He enjoys teaching and involving his students in his research.
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Nancy earned a B.S.Ed. in Secondary Mathematics from UGA and a M.A. in Secondary Mathematics from Piedmont College. Nancy married her high school sweetheart, Dennis, and celebrated our 26th wedding anniversary in June of 2015. She and Dennis have one daughter, Meagan, who graduated from Hart County High in May of this 2015.Her career has taken several diverse turns. She taught high school math in Georgia, serving Richmond, Lincoln and Hart counties. She served as a corporate trainer and then financial analyst for Westinghouse at the Savannah River Nuclear Site.
Mary Beadles is Emmanuel's Executive Assistant to President Ron White and Vice President John Henzel. Mary's hobbies include painting, sewing and decorating. She also has a small business set up where she make purses to raise money to sponsor my missions trips. Mary also teaches sewing to rescued women. She and her husband Arlon have 6 children and 13 grandchildren.
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Matt McRee is the Assistant Vice President for Campus Operations. In this role, Matt helps to manage and coordinate campus operations functions including Maintenance, Housekeeping, Grounds, and Security as well as other administrative functions related to campus operations. Matt also works for Ty Cobb Healthcare System and LifeSprings. He has lived in Royston since 1994 and is married to Krista Fields McRee and has two children, Jack (21) and Maddy (18). He is an active member of First Baptist Church of Lavonia.
Greg has began serving as interim CFO since in September of 2014 and officially became Emmanuel's Executive Vice President and CFO on July 1 of 2015.
Greg also serves as the CEO of Ty Cobb Healthcare System (TCHS) which includes LifeSprings Resources. His office is located in the LifeSprings building.
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Mayra Robinson is 26 years old and 100% Peruvian. She am the youngest of three daughters and loves peanut M&M's. She is one of Emmanuel's counseling interns. She have an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in Psychology. After graduation from UGA, she interned for the University of Georgia's Wesley Foundation for three years, where she had the opportunity to disciple college students and plan events. She currently attends Richmont Graduate University and plans to graduate in May 2016 with a Master’s degree in License Professional Counseling.
Katie is a senior with Richmont Graduate University, pursuing a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. She graduated from the University of North Georgia, Dahlonega in-May 2013. B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Gender Studies. She attends Blackshear Place Baptist Church in Flowery Branch and serves as a childcare provider.
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Emmanuel College is pleased to announce the opening of Fall Semester 2015.
Faculty and staff are back on campus the week of August 10 to begin preparation for the first day of classes on August 24.
While the College has faced financial challenges this past year, President Ron White says, “Emmanuel College has successfully navigated a very difficult time in its history and is on its way to full recovery. The faculty and staff have performed admirably and are now prepared to welcome one of the largest enrollments ever.”