Forsyth Tech News
We are proud to announce the significant achievements of our SGA President Azeeza Evelyna, who recently presented at the prestigious Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Conference, and was chosen to serve on the Student Advisory Council.
Evelyna, a dedicated second-year student in the Associate in Arts program, is set to transfer to a four-year university to major in International Relations/Political Science. Evelyna’s participation in the presentation at the ACCT Conference alongside Forsyth Tech’s leadership and members of the Board of Trustees provided insight into the student experience at Forsyth Tech. It also showcased her deep commitment to leadership, communication and creating a sense of belonging for our student body.
Evelyna was chosen to serve on the ACCT Student Advisory Council, where she contributes her unique perspectives and innovative ideas. Her involvement in the council underscores her unwavering commitment to the values of equity and integrity, core principles that Forsyth Tech holds in high esteem.
Dr. Janet Spriggs, President of Forsyth Tech, expressed her admiration for Evelyna’s achievements, stating that “Azeeza embodies the spirit of a true Trailblazer. Her dedication to her studies and her passion for leadership and global affairs make her an exemplary representative of our college’s values. Her participation in our presentation at the ACCT Conference is not just a personal achievement but a proud moment for the entire Forsyth Tech community.”
As a student-centered institution, Forsyth Tech is committed to providing access to high-quality, affordable, and relevant education opportunities. Evelyna’s success at the ACCT Conference and her role on the Student Advisory Council are reflective of the college’s vision to be a catalyst for equitable economic mobility, empowering lives, and transforming communities.