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Alumni Profiles

Chuck Scarborough, Class of 1978

Passionate leadership is about energy, commitment, and the optimism that each of us can make a difference.  What is it that makes some leaders so passionate about their leadership role that they inspire their peers? Mr. Chuck Scarborough, the current President of the Alumni Association Board of Directors for 2016-2017 at Abraham Baldwin…

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Keith Rucker

Keith Rucker, a Snellville native, started his journey at ABAC, but little did he know his child would take the same college path as he did. Rucker attended ABAC from 1989-1991 and received his associate’s degree in agriculture, before transferring to the University of Georgia to receive his bachelor’s degree... Read More »

JoAnn Brannen

JoAnn Brannen, a native of Tifton, Georgia, came to ABAC to receive an education, but little did she know this would be the place she would meet her husband and return to be a professor. Brannen attended ABAC from 1977-1978 in the Associate of Applied Science program, and from 1989-1994... Read More »

Trey Davis

Trey Davis, ABAC’s current farm manager, is a native of Ocilla, GA. and began attending ABAC in 2002. While at ABAC, Davis received his Associate of Science in Agriculture Engineering Technologies and then received his Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Environmental Systems from UGA-Tifton campus. Like many, Davis says ABAC’s... Read More »

Beth Bland Oleson

ABAC Degree: A.S. Agricultural Communication, December 1999 How did ABAC help prepare you for your future? From ABAC, I transferred to UGA and received my Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Communications (’02) and my Master’s Degree in Food Science (’05). I now work for an association management organization, Association Services Group.... Read More »