Georgetown-Scott County and Lawrenceburg Campus Directors Named
Bluegrass Community and Technical College is pleased to announce Lynn Godsey will lead the Georgetown-Scott County Campus, and Tiffany Drury will lead the Lawrenceburg Campus.
Godsey has more than 15 years of progressive experience in manufacturing training and development, particularly in Lean Manufacturing, Quality Systems, Strategic Planning, and Leadership. Her extensive experience with manufacturing, includes focused work with the Ford Truck plant in Louisville.
“Lynn brings a wealth of experience in manufacturing and training through work with manufacturers across the state,” said Mark Manuel, vice president of Advancement and Organizational Development. “She will continue this work and expand relationships with manufacturers as well as address and serve the needs of the Georgetown-Scott County community.”
Godsey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from SUNY at Buffalo, New York, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Indiana University.
“I’m delighted to be joining the team at the Georgetown-Scott County Campus,” said Godsey. “This campus is still the new kid on the block, so I’m looking forward to introducing residents and local businesses to all that BCTC has to offer. I’m also eager to broaden our involvement in community activities as well as regional economic development efforts.”
Godsey will assume her role as campus director role in mid Sept.
In Lawrenceburg, Drury will be transitioning from her current position as a student development specialist, where she has recruited and served Lawrenceburg students, to the campus director role. She has eight years of community college experience in student affairs and the business office.
“Tiffany has been an emerging leader in the college and is well-regarded in the Lawrenceburg community,” said Mark Manuel, vice president of Advancement and Organizational Development. “We are very fortunate to have her moving into this role. She is a leader focused on student success and community partnership.”
Drury holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media Communication from Asbury University and a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from the University of Louisville. She is currently completing a Master of Arts in Communication at Morehead State University.
“I am thrilled to have this opportunity. It is an honor to serve this community and region, which is also my home,” said Drury. “I look forward to seeking additional ways that BCTC and the community can work together to meet the needs of all stakeholders.”
Drury will begin leading the Lawrenceburg Campus Oct. 1.