Voorhees Alumnus comes to give Black History Lecture

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Voorhees Alumnus comes to give Black History Lecture

February 02, 2016

Denmark, S.C. -Voorhees College graduate Troy Franklin will return to campus on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. to give a black history lecture to students in Massachusetts’s Hall during the All-College Assembly.

Franklin has over 26 years of service at MET Laboratories, Inc., which is the nation’s first nationally recognized testing lab.

He began his tenure as a test engineer then advanced to corporate lab director, corporate counselor, vice president of operations, where he served for 13 years and finally as director of the environmental and energy business Line.

Franklin has over 25 years of experience effectively resolving work place issues such as, employee retention, customer satisfaction, revenue generation and conflict resolution by developing training modules.

Franklin has a passion for etymology; he uses his skill set and international experiences to study and teach the Bible and validate black history.

Franklin graduated from Voorhees with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics. He earned an associate’s degree in electrical engineering technology from Denmark Technical College.

He is currently a subject matter expert and presenter for the Etiquette Consulting Group based out of Baltimore.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Megan Freeman, director of communications, at 803-780-1191 or at mfreeman@voorhees.edu