Guilford Technical Community College president Donald Cameron says he will retire in 2011
October 16, 2010
Dr. Donald W. Cameron announced Thursday that he will retire as president of Guilford Technical Community College effective July 1, 2011.
Cameron made the announcement at GTCC's Board of Trustees monthly meeting. He was named president of the college Feb. 14, 1991, after having served as interim president for seven months.
At his retirement, Cameron will have worked at GTCC for 30 years, at community colleges in North Carolina and South Carolina for 40 years, and in public education for 45 years.
In accepting his letter announcing his retirement, Coy Williard, chair of the GTCC board of trustees, thanked Cameron for his many years of service to GTCC. "While the average tenure of a college president is eight years, we have benefited from 20 years of Don's service. He has led this college through unprecedented growth in terms of enrollment, new programs, and expanded facilities," Williard said.