Tony Creecy has served as the President of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Pulaski since 2012. As President, Creecy is responsible for the overall operation of the college involving strategic planning, budgetary decisions, hiring of personnel, community relations, program performance evaluations, campus safety, and building partnerships with local business and industry. Prior to that, Creecy served as the TCAT-Pulaski Assistant Director for 8 years and developed and implemented specialized industrial training programs, directing the dual enrollment program for high school juniors and seniors. From 1985-2004, Creecy served as the Coordinator of Student Services at TCAT-Pulaski and focused on the administration of various state and federal student aid programs, student recruitment and enrollment, job placement for graduates, GED Chief Examiner, student counseling and evening school supervisor. Creecy is a native of Pulaski, TN and holds a BS degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati.