Thursday, June 21, 2012
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Longtime Gwinnett Technical College employee Lorri Christopher has announced her retirement after 15 years with the institution.
In a letter addressed to friends and colleagues, the college's director of institutional advancement said she had "truly enjoyed" the opportunity to work at Gwinnett Tech. She said she will continue to support the Gwinnett Tech Foundation and the college on a part-time or volunteer basis.
Christopher said she plans to stay active as a city council member for the city of Peachtree Corners, and as a member of Rotary and the Peachtree Corners Business Association along with other area organizations and boards.
"I've had a most wonderful time," said Christopher in a phone interview on Thursday. "I've had a great time working with our community and supporting the people in our college."
In addition to her current role, Christopher taught several courses at the college including technology, marketing, programming, systems development, project management, systems analysis and design.
-- From staff reports