Bachelors of Science, Environmental and Spatial Analysis, University of North Georgia.
Carpenters Apprenticeship, Journeyman, Local #225, Atlanta GA.
Professional Carpentry Portfolio:
Professional Music Recordings
Woody Depew has 30 years of experience building, managing, and overseeing projects. He completed his carpenter apprenticeship with Atlanta local #225 in 1992. He worked as a Union carpenter for over 20 years.
Additionally, He began working as a Cable TV field engineer in 1993 and balanced careers in both fields through the current date. He has expertise in design, installation, remodeling and repair, working in carpentry, masonry, electrical, plumbing, communications, transportation, hospitality, and HVAC.
Additionally, He worked as a musician, collaborating to build the “Weped” band and brand. In the process, he collaborated to build Weped recording studios and established a live performance reputation, performing on bass, guitar, and flute, as well as, writing and developing songs for the band.
In addition to his capabilities as a craftsman and musician, He is an adult learner, leader, peer mentor, and patient teacher. He maintained an active role as a student leader, during the pursuit of his bachelor’s degree with Honors in Environmental and Spatial Analysis at the University of North Georgia.
As an ambassador for the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities, president of Phi Theta Kappa, vice-president of Geospatial Alliance, vice president service coordinator for the Honors program and as a participant in many other clubs and organizations, during the pursuit of his degree, he planned events and handled communications between officers, members, students, community, advisors, Student Government, and Student Involvement.
While he has maintained many roles and responsibilities over the course of a life well lived, his favorite role and responsibility is as a dedicated father to his daughter and now grandfather to his three grandchildren.
At the University of North Georgia, Woody worked with Dr. Shannon Gilstrap on a published grant project, creating static and ground work for interactive map of the North American Lecture Tour of Matthew Arnold 1882-1883, which can be found at arnoldian.com or http://arnoldian.blogspot.com/p/arnolds-north-american-lecture-tour.html