Carol Crawford has been with the College since the Center was established in 2007. She was previously employed by Midway College as Program Coordinator of the Organizational Management Program for the School of Career Development at Midway College. Carol returned to school as a non-traditional student and graduated magna cum laude from Midway College, Midway, Kentucky, with a B.A. in Organizational Management December 2000.
She currently serves as president of the Georgetown-Scott County Community Connection Board and is a member of the Scott County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Development Committee, Leadership Scott County Steering Committee after having graduated from Leadership Scott County in May of 2012. Ms. Crawford also participated in BCTC Leadership Academy and served on the BCTC Leadership Academy Board for three years.
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Allan has been teaching industrial maintenance technology classes and at the college for 19 years and now serves as the program coordinator at the Georgetown Campus. Before starting his career at Bluegrass Community and Technical College Allan served as a helicopter mechanic/crew chief in the Kentucky National Guard for 9 years and gained industrial maintenance knowledge and experience while working as a floor supervisor at a remanufacturing company. Allan has a BS from the University of Kentucky, graduate work at Eastern Kentucky University and a MS from the University of Louisville.
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Joe Magura began his career with BCTC in 2006 instructing incumbent maintenance technicians in the use of PLCs for Workforce Solutions. Prior to BCTC, he spent 5 years in the Mechanical Engineering program at the University of Kentucky and has an Associates Degree in Maintenance Technology from BCTC. Joe has a combined 24 years maintenance experience as a skilled team member at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky and as a field technician in the heavy processing industries. He is skilled in drafting techniques and industrial motor control panel fabrication, along with an in-depth knowledge of general fabricating techniques and troubleshooting. Joe brings his experience to the school and teaches Introduction to Industrial Electrical Principles, Industrial Motor Controls, and the Fundamentals of Programmable Logic Controllers.
Jon Revlett has been with the Center since 2007 and a graduate of BCTC. He teaches Motor Controls and Mechancial Drives. Jon was previously employed by Monoplast, Frankfort.