Rhonda Deaton Gibby
Rhonda Gibby

Press Release                                                                           

Date: June 20, 2024

Contact: Lisa Garrett, lgarrett@tctc.edu

Rhonda Gibby Joins TCTC as vice president of human resources

PENDLETON --- Rhonda Deaton Gibby has joined Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) as chief human resources officer (CHRO) and vice president of human resources. She assumed her new role on June 3.

As CHRO and VP of HR, Gibby is responsible for providing HR leadership that advances the College’s strategic directions and initiatives, developing and implementing a comprehensive talent management system, working with leaders to recruit and develop a diverse workforce, and guiding the development of an employee experience that fosters a sense of belonging.

She has more than 25 years of HR experience with a focus on building and aligning talent to business growth priorities. Most recently, she served as CHRO for US Orthopaedic Partners as well as founder of Talent Advantage, an executive coaching and HR advisory firm. Prior CHRO roles include Avanos Medical and Halyard Health, as well as other global senior leadership roles at Kimberly Clark and other medical tech companies. An Oconee County native, early in her career, she worked in human resources at Orian Rugs and later Kendall (Covidien). 

Gibby holds an Associate of Science degree from TCTC, a Bachelor of Science in management from Southern Wesleyan University, and a Master of Science in human resource development and business administration from Clemson University.

In 2013 she received TCTC’s Distinguished Alumni Award, which highlights her dedication to her alma mater. 

About Tri-County Technical College

Tri-County Technical College, a public two-year community and technical college serving Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Counties in South Carolina, enrolls more than 9,000 students annually and offers more than 70 major fields of study, including computer technology, business administration, mechatronics, nursing, and university transfer programs. Tri-County boasts the highest student success rate among two-year colleges in the state and ranks in the top one percent nationally for successful student transfers to four-year colleges and universities. To learn more, visit tctc.edu