Florence-Darlington Technical College announces the appointment of Asha Anumolu as the college’s new Dean of Nursing and Allied Healthcare.
"I am very honored and humbled to have this opportunity to serve Florence-Darlington Technical College and the community as Dean of Nursing and Allied Healthcare," Anumolu said. "I'm so excited to join the team and to contribute to its mission and vision."
Anumolu, a Patricia Robert Harris Fellow, brings with her an impressive background in both the Technical College System and the University System of Georgia. With over thirty-five years of career history, her journey began with ten years of clinical practice before moving on to collegiate-level teaching and, ultimately, leadership and program management within nursing education.
“We are excited to have Dean Anumolu join the FDTC team,” FDTC President Dr. Jermaine Ford said. “Florence-Darlington Technical College is committed to closing the talent gap shortage in our region via healthcare positions. We must pipeline more qualified healthcare graduates into the workforce for our regional healthcare partners while also increasing an ASN transfer pathway to our 4-year regional universities for BSN to MSN degrees. We are confident Dean Anumolu will help us accomplish that vision."
Throughout her career, Anumolu has gained extensive experience as a Nursing Program Coordinator, Director, and Dean. Her responsibilities have included direct supervision of full-time faculty, adjuncts, and staff recruitment and retention. She has also excelled in managing ADN, LPN, Nurse Aide, and allied healthcare programs, overseeing budgeting, accreditation and certifications, class scheduling, policy creation, curriculum development, and grant writing.
Anumolu will officially begin at Florence-Darlington Technical College on September 5.