Mike McDonald Named New OFTC Trustee

The Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) Foundation North, Inc. welcomes new Trustee member Mike McDonald who was unanimously approved for service during the June 2019 meeting

Having a strong sense of commitment and a firm believer in the spirit of cooperation, McDonald enjoys serving and helping where needed. An avid fisherman, he is involved with Friends of Hamburg State Park and has served on its Board of Directors since its inception in 2008.

McDonald currently serves as secretary/treasurer on the Washington EMC Board of Directors and in 2010 was appointed to serve on the Georgia EMC Board of Directors. He also served as the secretary/treasurer of the Washington Electric Foundation before being appointed director for Washington EMC.

He also served as past president of the Tennille Rotary Club and says he “welcomes the opportunity to serve others and help make a difference.”

McDonald lives in Warren County with his wife, Lynn Johnson McDonald and has been a member of the Beall Springs community since 2000 where they are active members of the Long Creek Baptist Church.

A Briarwood Academy graduate, Mike attended Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville.

Understanding the value of good customer service, McDonald has worked as the Service Manager for Childre Ford in Sandersville for over 30 years.

“It is all these attributes and more that have shaped Mike for the position of Trustee at OFTC Foundation North,” shared Executive Director for Institutional Advancement, Kathy Aaron. “The Foundation looks forward to having Mike serve as a representative of Warren County for the Board and to also have a Foundation representative in that community.”

For more info on OFTC or the OFTC Foundations, visit the Foundations page on the OFTC.edu website.

Mike McDonald

OFTC’s newest Trustee member, Mike McDonald.