Augusta Technical College Foundation Dedicates Office Suite to Retiring Foundation Chairman Tim Maund
Monday, May 17th, 2021
Tim joined the Foundation Board shortly after its inception in
1987 and faithfully served the Augusta Technical College
Foundation for 34 years as a Foundation Trustee. He served as the foundation chairman from 2008 – 2021; at 13 years, Tim is the longest-serving Augusta Tech Foundation Chairman.
His accomplishments within the foundation include:
Donated the wood sculpture “Rudene” in 2015 to the Office of the President. The sculpture will be prominently displayed in the newly dedicated Foundation Suite.
Established the “Tim Maund Veterans Scholarship” in 2018.
Received the 2019 TCFA Distinguished Service Award from TCSG.
Under his leadership, the foundation acquired and donated property to the college next to the 900 building
on the Augusta Campus.
Acquired and sold the “DTimms” building, establishing a permanent scholarship endowment valued at
Acquired and sold the “Mays Home” establishing the largest scholarship endowment at the college to
benefit Aviation Technology Scholarships.
Helped double the growth of the assets of the foundation.
“The Augusta Technical College family applauds and thanks Mr. Tim Maund for his outstanding service and leadership of our Augusta Tech Foundation Board,” stated Dr. Jermaine Whirl. “Tim has been a staple, not only for our local foundation board, but also within the Technical College System of Georgia. We look forward to celebrating his legacy while continuing the important work of supporting students through the foundation’s efforts.”
In recognition of Tim’s leadership and service to the Foundation, the College has officially named the Foundation Offices the “Timothy F. Maund Foundation Suite.” A portrait and plaque will be installed in the suite to recognize his outstanding legacy and support.
The Augusta Technical College Foundation held a small ceremony to honor retiring Foundation Chairman Tim Maund.
Tim served as the Executive Director of the CSRA Regional Development Center from 1962-2000. Today the Central Savannah River Area Regional Commission (CSRARC) continues to serve as a public sector, non-profit planning and development agency covering a 13-county region in the eastern portion of Central Georgia.