The Office of Advancement is pleased to announce that Jennifer Hendrickson has been named associate vice president of development at GGC.
Hendrickson joined GGC a year ago, enhancing Advancement’s efforts through her role as executive director of corporate and foundation relations. She has a wealth of experience from the education and nonprofit sectors, having served as the interim executive director of institutional advancement at Gwinnett Technical College. Her previous posts have included director of alumni affairs at the University of North Georgia and executive director at the Rotarian Action Group for Population & Development. Hendrickson also worked with a variety of other nonprofit organizations and the University of West Georgia.
She holds a master’s degree from Florida State University in arts administration and two bachelor’s degrees, one in vocal performance and another in music history and theory from the University of Michigan-Flint.
Matthew Tatz, ’20, environmental science, published his undergraduate research findings as a single author in the Proceedings of the National Conference of Undergraduate Research 2019. He worked with biology faculty Drs. Mia Malloy and Jill Penn and Ms. Maria Fernandez in his study of the “Activity Patterns of Feeder Birds at Georgia Gwinnett College.”