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Deb is also a creative genius and can create graphic designs for t-shirts, tumblers, mugs, and other items and gifts. Her designs have spurred the development of several online stores, including an Etsy and Creative Fabrica Shop.
Deb has become a well-known local leader in t-shirt making. She has sold hundreds of t-shirts and other fashion items that contain her unique designs. She is also extremely talented in customizing designs requested by clients and turning their ideas into amazing creations.
Jimmy is a retired High School Math Teacher and Instructional Technology Specialist. He spent 15 years teaching every level of high school mathematics, from basic math to AP Calculus and Computer Programming. The last years of his classroom experience were spent as the Math Department Chair. During those 15 years, Jimmy spent 2 years as a county Instructional Technology Specialist serving schools in the district.
Jimmy then moved to the Georgia Department of Education where he served as a State Instructional Technology Specialist working in a regional Educational Technology Center that served 13 counties in the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area) of East Georgia. During his time at the ETC, he provided professional development in instructional technology and pedagogy for teachers and administrators, schools, and school systems. He became the Director of the ETC his last 5 years before retiring.
Jimmy is also creative and can design graphics for products, social media, and marketing. He has a vast knowledge of graphic, web, and video software and uses that knowledge to provide services to individuals and businesses.
Ed.S – Educational Leadership – Augusta University
M.Ed. – Foundations in Education with Emphasis in Educational Leadership – Troy State University
B.S. – Applied Mathematics – Valdosta State University
4th Degree Knight – Knights of Columbus
Eagle Scout – Boy Scouts of America
Vigil Honor – Order of the Arrow (Boy Scouts of America)
Commander – Naval Junior ROTC (Valdosta High School 1979 – first Battalion Commander in history of NJROTC Unit at VHS)