Connie Brewer
Connie Brewer
Title: SWA & Assistant A.D./Administration
Phone: 864-503-5144
Year: 6th Year at Upstate
Previous College: Gainesville Technical College

Connie Brewer is in her sixth year in the athletic department at USC Upstate. She is serving her third year as Assistant Athletic Director for Administration and Senior Woman Administrator serving as liaison with the Atlantic Sun Conference. 

Brewer’s other tasks include maintaining athletic Department files for all sports and personnel, coordinating paperwork with Human Resources for hiring and exiting of personnel and assists in the everyday business operation of the department. Prior to her promotion in the spring of 2014, she served as the sole Administrative Assistant in the athletic department from August 2010.

Brewer has had a long history of working in college administration. She worked in the University of Georgia system for 28 years, coming to Upstate after working for 15 years at Columbus State. She served as the Faculty Affairs Budget and Operations Manager in the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2007-10, the Administrative Manager for Faculty Affairs in the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs from 2004-07, Administrative Coordinator in the Turner Center for Continuing Education from 1999-2004, and Administrative Assistant in the College of Science from 1995-99.

Prior to her stint at Columbus State, Brewer worked at the University of Georgia from 1982-93. She served as the Secretary to the Dean in the College of Education from 1985-93; Senior Secretary in the Department of Science Education from 1982-85. She also served as the Administrative Assistant at Georgia Railcar Operations from 1979-82.

A native of Winder, Ga., Brewer graduated from Winder Barrow High School and Gainesville Technical College. She has a son, Clayton Crowe, who is a Senior Accountant, Accounting Content and Other Revenue at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., in Atlanta.

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