by Jessica Newland, sports information student assistant
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – Jennifer Fulghom, a Georgia College cheerleading alum, was named as the new head cheerleading coach at Reinhardt University recently. Fulghom is responsible for the entire co ed cheerleading program.
“I am very excited and honored for the opportunity to coach a great group of student-athletes, and am ready to move the Reinhardt University program to the next level” said Fulghom. “Cheerleading and coaching are great passions of mine. I have always been told that if you follow your passion, success will surely follow.”
While at GC, Fulghom earned national runner-up honors two years in her career. Her academic career at GC consisted of making the Dean’s List every semester and graduating with a 3.45 GPA. She completed a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology in 2005.
After leaving GC, she worked for Mediaedge and OMD in Atlanta in the media/communications field. Since 2008, Fulghom worked as a sales representative for cheerleading and dance apparel for Varsity Brands Inc.
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