About H. Neyle Wilson
H. Neyle Wilson has served as president of Horry-Georgetown Technical College since 2002. During his tenure at HGTC, he has also served as dean of continuing education, vice president for academic affairs and several other roles.
He received the 2011 Vocational Award of the Rotary Club of Little River for more than four decades of dedicated service to vocational education at HGTC. He was named the South Carolina Technical College System Educator of the Year in 2005.
Wilson serves on the boards of the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation, the Waccamaw Investment Board and the Public Schools Executive Leadership Committee. He is involved in numerous local civic organizations including the Grand Strand YMCA board, Grand Strand Sertoma Club and Myrtle Beach Rotary Club.
Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, Wilson earned a bachelor's degree in forestry from Clemson University in 1970. He completed graduate study in educational leadership and instruction at the University of South Carolina.
He was awarded the honorary degree Doctor of Public Service from Coastal Carolina University during the December 2006 commencement ceremony.