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We are pleased to announce the winner of the Joe Magnan Alumnus of the Year Award, Mrs. Katie Wall Porter, Class of 2001. Mrs. Porter gave the commencement address to our graduates on May 13, 2024, at 7:00 p.m. at Ingleside Baptist Church.

During her 13 years as a Tattnall student, Mrs. Porter served as Sophomore Class Treasurer, Key Club President, member of Beta Club, and football statistician during her junior and senior years. Upon graduation from TSA, she attended Georgia Southern University, receiving her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Marketing. After a career change in 2009, Mrs. Porter obtained her Master’s in Education from Walden University and, in 2017, her post Master’s degree in Public School Leadership and Administration.

Professionally, Mrs. Porter has made a tremendous impact in the educational field, spanning Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. She was named the 2013 Bibb County Teacher of the Year as the first Career and Technology Teacher awarded for the Bibb County School District. In the last six years, she has been an integral part of college and career-readiness growth and building strong partnerships between Greenville County Schools and global leaders such as BMW, Michelin, and Lockheed Martin. She was selected as the founding administrator to open the CTE Innovation Center, the first of its kind Career and Technology Center, and developed a new STEM curriculum in the fields of aerospace, automation, cybersecurity, automotive research, and clean energy for the 15 high schools in Greenville County School District.

Mrs. Porter serves on the board of directors for GirlUpGVL, a non-profit dedicated to developing and empowering middle and high school girls. She is a member of the Junior League of Greenville. She frequently speaks and presents to various economic development agencies and serves as the director of the CTE Innovation Center in Greenville, South Carolina.

Congratulations, Mrs. Porter! We are inspired, proud, and honored to call you #tattnallstrong