Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed three new board members this week. The three, including Steve Holcomb, Matthew Ledford and the Rev. Carl Moore, are the newest members to the governing board providing the college fiduciary, strategic and generative leadership. The three were sworn in by Cherokee County Superior Court Judge Jackson Harris.
“We are fortunate to have these additions to the board of directors,” said Chattahoochee Technical College President Dr. Sanford Chandler. “I am confident that their individual skill sets and diverse backgrounds will add positively to our campus community.”
Holcomb, a resident of Ball Ground, is the president and CEO of United Community Bank in Canton. A graduate of Georgia State University and the Georgia Banking School of UGA, he studied banking at the Stonier Graduate School at Rutgers University. He is the vice chairman of development authority of Cherokee County and previously was the chairman of the Appalachian Technical College Board of Directors prior to its merger with Chattahoochee Technical College and North Metro Technical College. He and his wife, Cindy, have twin daughters and two grandchildren.
Ledford is the operations manager at Lexington Precision. A graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, he has worked in the auto industry since 1994. Ledford was a member of the 2007-2008 class of Leadership Pickens and served as an industry representative for the Work Ready Auto Alley region and as a member of the Work Ready Advanced Manufacturing region leadership team. He and his wife Amanda live in Jasper with their children, Tyler, Tanner, Tucker and Gracie.
Moore is the senior pastor at Allen Temple A.M.E. Church, a position he has held since 1993. His previous experience includes being a high school music teacher and an employee of IBM Corporation for 25 years. A graduate of the University of Missouri at Kansas City, Moore and his wife Gloria have three children and eight grandchildren.