Michigan native named interim director of EGSC–Statesboro

Noah Kamsler has been named the interim director of East Georgia State College–Statesboro.

Kamsler began his career with East Georgia State College (EGSC) in 2015 as an admissions recruiter at the Swainsboro location before moving to the Statesboro location, where he served as an Institutional Services Coordinator, Assistant Director of Student Affairs, and, currently, the Interim Director of EGSC–Statesboro.

A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Kamsler holds a master’s degree in sport management from Georgia Southern University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism and media communication with an emphasis in strategic communication from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.

“Noah is hard working, student centered and committed to our college mission. His past experiences and roles with the college have prepared him to take on this responsibility,” said Nick Kelch, Associate Vice President for External Campuses.

Kamsler participated in the EGSC Staff Leadership Development Program in 2020 and was named STAR Staff of the Year in 2018. He is passionate about serving the community and is a proud member of the Leadership Bulloch Class of 2022.

He lives in Statesboro with his son, Braden, and their dog, Doug E. Fresh.

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