Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed a Douglasville man to the board that is responsible for establishing standards, regulations and policies for the operation of the state's 25 technical colleges, economic development programs and adult education programs.
The governor's office announced Friday that Tim Williams, the vice president of corporate and external affairs at GreyStone Power Corp. in Douglasville, is the newest member of the Technical College System of Georgia Board.
The board has 14 members, one from each congressional district. There are also nine at-large members.
A 1982 graduate of the University of Alabama, Williams is vice chairman of the board of directors of the GEMC Federal Credit Union in Tucker; a past chairman of the Douglas County Public Education Trust; and a past board chairman of the South Fulton Chamber of Commerce.
He is married with two children.