TCAT Athens

The Tennessee Board of Regents invites applications and nominations for the position of President of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) – Athens. The Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Athens is one of the 27 Tennessee’s post-secondary technical colleges and institutions of the College System of Tennessee, governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The President is the chief executive officer of the College and reports to the Tennessee Board of Regents through the Chancellor.

The President exercises broad delegated authority with responsibility for all aspects of campus administration. The successful candidate will be a dynamic, innovative and energetic leader with the experience, vision, skills and integrity required to guide this quality college to higher levels of achievement.

TCAT - Athens served over 547 students in the 2020-21 academic year, including both campuses. TCAT - Athens has 9 distinct program offerings: Administrative Office Technology, Automotive Technology, Computer Electronics, Collision Repair Technology, Mechanical Maintenance Electrical and Instrumentation, Machine Tool Technology, Pharmacy Technology, Practical Nursing, and Welding Technology.

Athens employs 34 full-time employees and has an annual operating budget of approximately $5.4 million. TCAT - Athens is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education. Additional information about the college can be found at


Feedback Survey

Feedback for candidates can be submitted online via the Search Candidate Feedback Survey.

Survey Deadline: Wednesday, November 23, 4:30 CT

All submissions are anonymous. 


Susan Hatto

Susan L. Hatto

Dean for Industrial Education and Workforce Training
Montcalm Community College
Sidney, Michigan

Kimberly Ann Davis

Kimberly Ann Davis

Vice President
Tennessee College of Applied Technology Athens




The Tennessee Board of Regents is committed to building and sustaining an inclusive and diverse educational environment and encourages applications from interested candidates who can contribute to promote, and enhance this effort.

The College System of Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  Under state law, applicants may request that their application and related materials be confidential and not open for public inspection until such time the candidate is selected as a finalist for the position.  The Tennessee Open Meetings Act requires meetings of the Board of Regents to be open to the public.