Four new additions bring to 45 the number of Trustees/Fellows serving Georgetown College. Installed at the winter meeting of the College’s self-perpetuating board were:
Mr. Barlow, a Georgetown native, is CEO of Barlow Homes, Inc. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and has been active in numerous civic, community and professional organizations. He divides his time between homes in Georgetown and Naples, Florida.
A graduate of UC Berkeley and Harvard University, Mr. Freeman is CEO and founder of Virtcom Consulting, a strategy management consultancy focused on solving complex global diversity management challenges, with offices in New York City and London. He currently serves on a United Nations panel on Global Workforce Discrimination. Civic and community activities include the Chicago Sinfonietta National Advisory Board and Friends of the Czech National Symphony.
Dr. Jemison, senior pastor of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, is immediate past president of the Progressive National Baptist Convention. He is a graduate of Bishop College, the Perkins School of Theology at SMU, and Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
A retired East Tennessee State University administrator and professor, Dr. Shelton is an alumnae of Georgetown College, the University of Kentucky and UNC Greensboro. She is currently director of senior adults at Central Baptist Church in Johnson City. Dr. Shelton previously served Georgetown’s board of trustees from 1998 to 2005 and as chair from 2003-2005.
A full list of Georgetown’s trustees may be viewed online.