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Former administrator in line for college presidency in Georgia

Tracy L. BrundageTracy L. Brundage, former vice president of workforce development at Penn College and president of Keystone College since July 2018, is the sole finalist for the presidency of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Georgia. “Dr. Tracy Brundage is a dynamic leader who understands the role an institution like ABAC plays in impacting workforce development while remaining focused on Georgia’s leading industry of agriculture,” said University System of Georgia Chancellor Sonny Perdue. “She grew up in rural Pennsylvania, and her experience and creative problem-solving will make her an ideal leader for ABAC and its students, faculty, staff and campus community in South Georgia.” “I am very excited and look forward to the opportunity to serve as the next president of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College,” Brundage said. “ABAC has a long and distinguished history of educational service in Georgia, and I’m proud to have a chance to be a part of that legacy.”

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