Hunter Godsey is Senior Vice President of Myers McRae. Some of his recent searches include Director of Schwob School of Music Executive Director of Business and Leadership Development at Columbus State University; President and CEO of The Methodist Home for Children and Youth; Assistant Director of Communications and Marketing at Young Harris College; President of Middle Georgia State College; Director of Development, Director of Sponsored Programs, and Director of Marketing and Communications at Fort Valley State University; Dean of Health Sciences at Georgia Perimeter College; Assistant Vice President and Director of Human Resources, Florida Gulf Coast University; and Dean of the College of Business at William Paterson University of New Jersey.
Mr. Godsey has had an extensive career in the field of non-profit leadership in the United States and in Latin America. Before joining Myers McRae, he held leadership roles with Baptist Medical & Dental Mission International, an organization that serves the extremely poor in Latin America. During his 16 years with the organization, he served as the Foreign-office Administrator in Honduras, Director of Communications in the stateside office, and, most recently, Vice President.
His responsibilities included managing the operations of the Honduras satellite office, serving as the liaison with various Honduran government agencies, directing the recruitment and development of missionary staff, and handling public relations and donor relations. Mr. Godsey helped lead the organization during a critical time of staff and budget expansion.
Mr. Godsey holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Mercer University with majors in Mathematics as well as Computer Science. Additionally, he earned a Master of Divinity degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He has taken courses toward an advanced degree in Linguistics at the University of South Carolina. He continues to champion issues in Latin America and enjoys expanding his working knowledge of Spanish and Portuguese.