Title: Educator, Engineer
Company: McMinn County Vocational Center
Location: Tallahassee, Florida, United States
Carl Creasman, Engineer and Educator at the McMinn County Vocational Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of electrical engineering.
Mr. Creasman is a teacher, electrical engineer, and licensed parliamentarian with over 40 years of professional experience. He prepared for his career at Auburn University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering. He continued his academic pursuits at the University of Tennessee, where he graduated with a Master of Science in electrical engineering, and entered the field of teaching while obtaining a master’s degree. He later returned to the industry as a secondary education teacher, where he worked for 28 years.
Specializing in micro-engineering, Mr. Creasman taught vocational electronics, computer science, computer programming and computer repair. He was dedicated to his students, and he considers having a positive influence over them and watching them succeed to be the highlights of his career. Once retired from teaching, Mr. Creasman worked as a state director for Skills USA, serving in the position from 2004 to 2012. He retired from his position as director in 2012, and currently serves as both a licensed parliamentarian and a trainer for delegates at both state and national conventions.
Outside of his immediate professional responsibilities, Mr. Creasman is an active member of the Industrial Clubs of America. In the future, he would like to be remembered as someone who cared for his students and brought leadership training back to the technical classroom. Ultimately, he is an accomplished professional who did his best to prepare his students for the future and would like to be remembered as such.
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