This week and next on the blog, we will introduce the Rural Center team and let them share a little about something they love about rural Georgia.
Bridgett Mobley serves the center as logistics and operations manager. Mobley is a native of Tifton, Georgia, where the Rural Center is located on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, and serves as the center’s logistics and operations manager. Mobley began her undergraduate studies at ABAC before completing her bachelor’s degree in speech communications at Valdosta State University. She worked as a career services specialist at Moultrie Technical College for five years before joining the ABAC staff as the internship and job placement coordinator for the Stafford School of Business. In addition to her work with the center, Mobley is an active leader with the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce, which she has served as a member of the board of directors, community development chairman and leader of the Business Education Workforce Development Committee. She and her husband, Marty, have two children.
What is one item that's produced in rural Georgia that you would not want to live without?
"Fresh produce is my favorite product of rural Georgia. I love that there is a produce stand on every other corner in rural Georgia during the summers."