Landcrafters, Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center
Kenneth Georgia is a native of Kilmnichael, Mississippi in neighboring Montgomery County.
Currently an instructor of agriculture at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, Kenneth has taught full-time for eleven years. While residing in Kosciusko, Kenneth has collaborated with government and local offices to both give students a well-rounded perspective of agriculture and to also improve the community. Kenneth volunteers as the manager for the Attala County Farmers Market. In addition to KAP, he sits on various boards and committees, including: MSU Extension Advisory Board; Attala County 4-H Board; North Central Planning & Development District Advisory Council; MS Association of Vocational Agricultural Teachers Advisory Board; and Agricultural Education Leadership and Communication Advisory Committee for MSU.
An alumnus of Montgomery County High School, Kenneth holds a both a B.S. in Agriculture Information Science and an M.S. in Extension Education from Mississippi State University. He also utilizes his agricultural expertise as a small business owner, managing Land Crafters Landscaping.