September 16, 2014- Albany, GA- Albany Technical College has appointed new members to fill two vacant seats for Dougherty County on the Board of Directors. Dr. David C. Mosely, Superintendent of the Dougherty County School System, and Werhner V. Washington, Plant Manager for Procter & Gamble, will begin serving on the Albany Tech Board of Directors at the September meeting on Wednesday, September 17, 2014.

Currently serving as the Superintendent for the Dougherty County School System (DCSS), Dr. David C. Mosely has served in the interim capacity in three Georgia school systems and with board conflict resolutions for the past year. He retired as superintendent of the Glynn County School System in 1999 completing 34 years of full-time service in public education, distinguishing himself with many recognitions, including being honored as the Georgia Association of Educators Leadership State Superintendent of the Year in 1999.

Prior to being named to his first superintendent post for Decatur County Schools in 1985, Mosely served as a classroom teacher, varsity basketball coach, assistant principal, and principal. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member of NOVA University teaching in the Education Leadership program, where he earned his doctorate degree in 1996. He received his specialist degree from Valdosta State University and both master's and bachelor's degrees from the University of Georgia. He also holds the Georgia L-7 Leadership Certification.

In civic and community activities, Mosely has served as Chair of the Decatur County Board of Commissioners and provided leadership on the boards of the Decatur County Chamber of Commerce, the Climax Community Club, the Decatur County Library Board, the Climax United Methodist Church, and the United Methodist Church Children's Home.

Recently appointed as the new Plant Manager at the Albany Procter & Gamble Company (P&G), Werhner V. Washington is a focused executive with an established track record. He has served in numerous positions within P&G, including Associate Director of Human Resources in the Cincinnati, Ohio location; Plant Human Resources Manager in the Hunt Valley, MD location; and Supply Chain Management in both Albany, Georgia and Mehoopany, PA.

Prior to coming to the Albany P&G, Washington's position with the P&G Global Hair Care and Color Business Unit allowed him to lead the Organizational Capability Plan for the Global Product Supply Organization and renewed the organizational design to meet the company's productivity goals and improved collaboration across the Seamless Technical Community. He also led the Executive Talent System to include staffing and succession planning, diversity planning, productivity planning and top talent development leveraging P&G's State-of-the- Art Talent Development Systems.

In his role in Supply Chain Management for the Albany and Mehoopany, PA P&G Paper Sector, Washington was assigned to various manufacturing positions in two of the largest manufacturing plants in P&G. He developed skills in High Performance Manufacturing Work Systems, Process Reliability (PR) Daily Management Systems, TQA, Supply Chain Management, and Labor Relations. In his recently appointed role as Plant Manager for P&G Albany's Global Family Care Business Unit/Product Supply, he leads a manufacturing plant with 1200-plus employees and contractors who produce over $40MM cases annually of Bounty Kitchen Towels and Charmin Bathroom Tissue.

Holding a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Tuskegee University, Washington has served on the Tuskegee University Department of Chemical Engineering Advisory Board; United Way of Central Maryland Fund Raising Campaign – P&G Campaign Leader; Valley Brook Community Church, Columbia, MD, Board of Trustees President; and Howard High School (Ellicott City, MD) PTSA Black Parent Group President. He was also the recipient of United Way's "The Spirit of Community" Award for leading the best annual corporate campaign.

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Werhner V. Washington (left) and Dr. David C. Mosely (right), newly appointed Albany Tech Board
of Directors members for Dougherty County.