Adam Coggin has been named the Vice President of Advancement at Middle Tennessee Christian School. In this newly created role, Adam will be providing oversight and leadership to the areas of Alumni Relations, Event Management, Community Relations, and Fundraising.
The school is excited to welcome one of its own back to campus. Adam has been an active part of the MTCS community for years. He graduated from MTCS in the class of 1995 and went on to earn his degree from Lipscomb University. In 2000 he joined the MTCS team as the first Campus Minister and Director of Development. The school benefited significantly from his creativity, drive and leadership during his time in both roles. In addition, Adam was recognized as the Alumnus of the Year in 2017.
Adam has been heavily involved in the surrounding community. He served as a Rutherford County Commissioner, currently serves on the Republican Party State Executive Committee, a member of Noon Rotary, a Leadership Rutherford Graduate and chairman of the Executive Board, member of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and serves as Secretary on the Barnabas Vision Board. His strong connections in our community will be a significant asset as he leads the Advancement area.
Adam states, "I am truly humbled by this new opportunity. I look forward to working with the outstanding faculty, staff, and administrative leadership of MTCS. I am excited to join them on their quest to train young people for eternity through Christian education."
"We are so pleased to add Adam to our team and look forward to him joining our work in February. This is an exciting time at MTCS as we anticipate continued progress and substantial growth in the days ahead. Adam has the background and experience to make a significant impact on the work here as we seek to continually expand and enrich our impact in God's Kingdom." said President Matt Tiller.