Jeff Brown was recently named as a member of the Okefenokee Technical College Foundation Board of Trustees. Mr. Brown is a businessman and owner of Lutz, Brown, Peagler, & Manley, an insurance agency in Clinch County.
Most people who know Jeff also know that he is a Georgia Bulldog fan. After graduating from Clinch County High School in 1984, he went on to earn a BBA from The University of Georgia.
Mr. Brown actively participates in several area civic organizations. He is the president of the Clinch County Chamber of Commerce, vice chair of the Clinch County Development Authority, a board director for Farmers and Merchants Bank, a member of the Clinch County Lion’s Club, and co-chair of the Clinch County American Cancer Society Relay for Life campaign.
Mr. & Mrs. (Susie) Brown have two children, Annelise and Meredith. The Brown family are members of Homerville United Methodist Church.
“I am a believer in the technical college and the education it provides to South Georgia residents. OTC prepares students with the skills to work and serve in our communities, and I’m proud to serve on the OTC Foundation Board to help raise money to assist future graduates.”
OTC Foundation trustees serve as advisors in the advancement of the college, planning and implementing resource development activities. Through an annual drive and other initiatives, the Foundation focuses on raising friends and funds for scholarships, programs, state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, and other emerging and existing academic initiatives and priorities that help students be successful and help the community grow.
On behalf of the board members, OTC Foundation Chair Larry Paulk extends a hearty welcome to Jeff Brown as he joins the OTC Board of Trustees.