The director of communications for the Muscogee County School District has resigned.
Her last day will be August 2.
Valerie Fuller said she has as new position out of the city which she did not name in a press release.
Fuller recently celebrated her 10th year in the position here.
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Fuller has 23 years of various professional experience. She said it time to “take on a new challenge.”
“It is one I look forward to, one that look forward to and one that will allow me to continue using my gifts and talents in strategic and effective communications, which is my passion,” she said in the release.
In her time here, Fuller has earned more than 20 recognitions for exemplary and effective communications.
Under her leadership, she developed the concept and implementation plan for the live streaming of all high school graduations and implemented a mass notification system.
“Although perhaps best known to the parents, students and the community of Columbus as the voice of district-wide communications, Ms. Fuller has distinguished herself at the state and national level as well. I thank her for her dedication to our district the past 10 years and wish her all the best in her future endeavors,” said superintendent David Lewis.