Chip Poth

The Chattahoochee Technical College Board of Directors welcomed new Board member Chip Poth met at their August 2019 meeting, which was held in Gilmer County. Shown here, from left, are Chattahoochee Technical College President Ron Newcomb, Chattahoochee Tech Board of Directors Vice Chair Jim Larson, new Board Member Chip Poth, Gilmer County Probate Judge Scott Chastain, and Board Member Paige Green.

Chattahoochee Technical College welcomed new Board Member Chip Poth, of Cherokee County, at a meeting of the college’s board of directors held Tuesday in Ellijay at the Collaboration on River’s Edge (CORE) building, a workplace innovation and initiative of the Greater Gilmer Community Foundation. Administering the oath of office for Poth was Gilmer County Probate Judge Scott Chastain.

Poth serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Universal Alloy Corp., which has served the aircraft industry for over 40 years, supplying hard alloy aluminum extrusions to aircraft manufacturers and their subcontractors worldwide. Employing more than 1,000 people, UAC is headquartered in Canton, with additional manufacturing facilities located in California and Romania.

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