Bio – Greg Surrette
Associate Director of Auxiliary Services for Armstrong Campus and Printing and Postal Services
Education: Certificate of Information Technology with Applications, Certificate of Information Technology with Programming,
Accomplishments: Gold Award – USG Chancellor’s Service Excellence, Efficiency, and Effectiveness Initiative Team Award, Member of Georgia Southern University’s Building Emergency Safety Team or B.E.S.T., Member of Georgia Southern University’s Community Engagement Subcommittee of the Sustainability Advisory Committee., Member of Georgia Southern University’s Staff Council and the Bylaws/Elections Committee from 2020 to 2022., Member of NACAS, the National Association of College Auxiliary Services, Member of IPMA, the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association, Former member of NACUMS, the National Association of College & University Mail Services, Former member of NACCU, the National Association of Campus Card Users, Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW.
Quick Bio: Gregory (Greg) Surrette Sr. enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1984. Surrette served as a heavy wheel vehicle recovery specialist, mechanic and motor pool maintenance supervisor for the Army for several years and is a veteran of the Gulf War. After separating from the Army, Surrette co-operated several businesses including a general contracting business, a package shop, and a Chinese take-out restaurant before earning his Bachelor of Information Technology degree from Armstrong Atlantic State University in 2004. He began working at (former) Armstrong State University in 1999, first in technology positions and later moving into Card Services and Auxiliary Services in 2008. He currently works as the associate director of Georgia Southern Auxiliary Services, and his primary focus is acting as the liaison for the division on the Armstrong Campus.
ASU Police, Card Services Honored – Savannah Morning News – https://www.savannahnow.com/story/news/2015/11/15/newsmakers/13953045007/
Last updated: 5/17/2022