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WTC president named to SACJTC board

  • Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Dr. Patty Lee

Dr. Patty Lee, president of Williamsburg Technical College, was recently named to the board of the Southern Association of Community, Junior and Technical Colleges (SACJTC).

The SACJTC’s mission is to provide a unified professional voice to address regional and national issues that have an impact on policies, procedures and practices related directly to associate degree granting institutions.

The Association consists of accredited member institutions served by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Commission on Colleges who offer more than 50% of their total degrees at the associate degree level.

The Association provides opportunities for its membership to engage in professional development activities through scholarly publications, activities and events.

It also advocates and embraces the mission and goals of the SACS Commission on Colleges.

In addition to her service on the SACJTC board, Lee also currently serves on the boards of the Waccamaw Regional Economic Outlook Commission, the Work Ready Communities, the SC Works Partners, and the Coastal Plain Rural Health Network. She chairs the Waccamaw Regional WIB Youth Council and co-chairs the Educational/Training Committee of the Williamsburg County Economic Development Authority.

She is a member of the Kingstree Rotary Club, the Lions Club, and Delta Kappa Gamma.


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