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The President’s Office

Executive Assistant Joelle Trumbo

Joelle Trumbo joined the President’s Office as the Executive Assistant to the President in October 2014.  In addition to supporting the daily operations of the President’s Office, her work focuses primarily on managing the President’s schedule, assisting with the oversight of the President’s Office budget, and coordinating meetings, special events and activities.

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Director of Staff/Dean of Students Jeannie Zipperer

Jeannie Zipperer is the Director of Staff/Dean of Students for Georgia Military College.  In her capacity as Director of Staff, Jeannie Zipperer is a chief administrator responsible for staff assignments of long and short range policy development, researching and analyzing major issues and proposed programs, and coordination of Executive activities surrounding the College’s budget and scheduling.

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Director of Communications

Jobie Shields is the Director of Communications at Georgia Military College. Jobie is responsible for external communication for GMC’s 13 college campuses, the GMC Corps of Cadets, and Georgia Military College Preparatory School. She takes photos and films and edits videos for the institution, sends out press releases, and all handles all media communication and external messaging.

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The Seal of the President of Georgia Military College is used to mark correspondence from the President of GMC, state documents, graduation diplomas, and other information/formal documents from the Office of the President.  The central design is the Old Capitol Building. Owned by the State of Georgia, the Old Capitol Building continues to be maintained for the benefit of all citizens as a center for education and as a centerpiece of Georgia Military College. The college has upheld its stewardship for 140 years, has performed major repairs on this structure on at least three occasions, and has endeavored to preserve its integrity. It is fitting that the Old Capitol Building, which has witnessed so much of Georgia’s military and regional history, is a place from which such activity will continue.