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Two UNG facilities professionals named to state leadership roles

UNG's Bill Moody, second from right, and Todd Bermann, third from right, have been voted as officers for the Georgia Association for Physical Plant Administrators.

Two senior facilities professionals from the University of North Georgia (UNG) have been elected officers of the Georgia Association for Physical Plant Administrators (GAPPA).

Todd Bermann, director of capital planning and project management at UNG, was selected as president. Bill Moody, director of facilities and operations for UNG’s Gainesville, Cumming and Oconee campuses, was re-elected as treasurer.

Ken Crowe, assistant vice president for facilities at UNG, said Bermann and Moody’s GAPPA leadership roles show "they have influence around the state."

Bermann is the first representative of any UNG affiliate to serve as GAPPA president. He has been a facilities organization leader for more than 20 years at UNG, Georgia Tech and other organizations. On the GAPPA board since 2010, he has served in various leadership positions.

"Every time we have a quarterly meeting, or finish our annual conference, I am always impressed with the professional quality of the people in these facilities leadership roles throughout the state," Bermann said.

Moody has more than 30 years of facilities experience, working at Clayton State University before joining what was then Gainesville State College in 2005.

"We share ideas and consult with one another," Moody said. "And it's a good way to network."

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