Campbell University relies on the support of alumni to continue serving its student body and the campus community. The Alumni Board of Directors, comprised of alumni leaders who stay engaged with Campbell through volunteer work around the campus, regional chapters, and advocacy for the university, is one such group helping to further Campbell’s mission. This year, the board reached 100% giving participation, the second year in a row to accomplish this goal of giving back to their alma mater.
Campbell’s offices of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving would like to thank the board for their continuous support and their generosity to the university. The board members represent a variety of graduating years, departments, and careers, but all are consistent in their commitment to Campbell University and its continued success.
Sarah Swain (’05), Assistant Vice President of Alumni Engagement, said, “We are so thankful to these leaders within our alumni community for exemplifying the mission of Campbell University through their generosity. Their assistance allows us to continue preparing students to live purposeful lives and meaningful service. These alumni are excellent representations of the university through their giving and their dedication towards Campbell’s mission of higher education.”
Tammi Fries (’04), Director of Annual Giving, shared her enthusiasm, saying, “We are proud that our board of directors has chosen to generously give to the Campbell Leads campaign, providing a Campbell education and overall great experience for our students. Through their giving, our alumni leaders are setting a powerful example of an engaged and generous Campbell graduate. Their investment in the university shows that they understand the value of their degree and want to contribute to furthering Campbell’s mission.”