Ken Gaddy, Director of the Paul W. Bryant Museum
Ken handle the direct operations of the museum and is dedicated to the collecting, display and research of the history of University of Alabama sports.
The Paul W. Bryant Museum opened its doors to the public October 8, 1988. The museum exhibits artifacts and memorabilia that trace the long history of University of Alabama football. State-of-the-art displays enhanced by videos highlighting great players, plays and games are produced from the museum's archives.
Bobby Bragg, CPA with Jamison Money Farmer PC (JMF)
JMF is Alabama’s seventh largest CPA firm with three offices in Alabama, was founded in 1920 by the late Carl C. Jamison, one of the first Certified Public Accountants in the state. JMF employs over 90 professionals and support personnel, including 14 shareholders. JMF serves privately held businesses and their owners, government and not-for-profit organizations and individuals in Alabama and throughout the southeast with a full range of accounting, tax, estate, trust and international advisory services. JMF was recently recognized as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Alabama and by the American Institute of Certified Accountants as one of the 500 largest firms out of 44,000 in the United States.
Dan Robinson, Owner of T Town Burger and Seafood Company, New Orleans Fry House, Cravings Specialty Grocery
Andrea Mayfield, Ph.D., President
Shelton State Community College is part of a state system of public colleges. This system originated in the Alabama Trade School and Junior College Authority Act enacted by the state legislature in May 1963.
Shelton State Community College was established by resolution of the ASBE on January 1, 1979. That resolution combined two existing institutions: Shelton State Technical College, established in 1952, and the Tuscaloosa branch campus of Brewer State Junior College, an institution whose main campus was located in Fayette, Alabama. The Tuscaloosa branch campus of Brewer State had been in operation since 1972.