About Us

Beth Crumpton

Operations Manager

Beth began her employment with the Dublin-Laurens County Development Authority in August 2015 as the Operations Manager.  In June 2015, she retired from the Oconee Fall Line Technical College where she served as the Provost.  Her career in higher education spanned 32 years, with 29 of these years all being in senior executive positions including two stints as the Interim President of the college.  Her  extensive responsibilities encompassed varied areas during her tenure in higher education to include Executive Vice President positions in student and academic affairs; administrative operations and fiscal affairs; human resources; physical plant, capital outlay and information technology operations; and, economic development services.

She reflects often on her years dedicated to higher education as she embraced each day as an opportunity to help make a difference in the life of a student.  No doubt, her commitment clearly was to help them become successful in their academic pursuits and, ultimately, productive citizens of the workforce. 

Throughout the years, she has been engaged in numerous civic organizations and in serving on various Boards such as the United Way of Middle Georgia, Habitat for Humanity, Boys and Girls Club of Laurens County, Dublin-Laurens County Chamber of Commerce, Dublin Middle School Advisory Council, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; Dublin Rotary Club; Wayfarer Shrine Unit and a number of professional associations.  She is devoted to her community and committed to continuing her journey in the efforts of helping to expand workforce opportunities for the citizens of Dublin-Laurens County and its surrounding sister communities.

Beth was reared in neighboring Alamo, Georgia.  She holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Georgia College and a Masters of Education degree from Troy University.  She and her husband, Sammy, live in Dublin, Georgia.  She has one son, two step-children and four step-grandchildren.