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November 27, 2013

Georgia College announces new VP for Advancement

MILLEDGEVILLE —

After a nationwide search, Georgia College President Dr. Steve Dorman welcomes a new member to the leadership team.

Monica Delisa will join the staff as Vice President for University Advancement.

Delisa currently serves as assistant vice president of development for the Texas A&M Foundation.

“Monica’s experience and career accomplishments speak volumes about her dedication to strategic planning, fundraising efforts and alumni programing,” said Dorman.

Throughout her career, Delisa has been deeply involved in university advancement also serving at the University of Arizona in several different capacities as well as a private high school in the Tucson, Ariz. area.

“I am very honored to receive the opportunity to join the Georgia College team under the leadership of President Steve Dorman,” said Delisa. “I look forward to working with the community and alongside the stellar leadership team in place.”

Delisa will begin her new role in March.

The vice president for university advancement serves as the chief external relations arm of the university. This division contains the Office of Alumni Relations, the University's Development Office and the University Foundation.

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