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PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COUNCIL
ABOUT THE PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COUNCILS

The Purpose of the President’s Advisory Council is:

Promote the mission of Tusculum College to the broader community
Serve as a liaison between Tusculum College and the broader community
Alert College staff about fundraising and other advancement opportunities (i.e. foundations, grants, potential donors, etc.)
Advise the College in areas of expertise
Identify internship and career opportunities for Tusculum College students and alumni

 

PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS

 

Tusculum College’s Johnson City President’s Advisory Council Meeting held at Bank of Tennessee on Wednesday, April 15

Tusculum College’s Johnson City President’s Advisory Council met on Wednesday, April 15, at Bank of Tennessee in Johnson City, thanks to council member Joe Carr ’05. The keynote speaker for the meeting was Dr. Geir Bergvin, director of the Center for Global Studies, who spoke about the development of the Center for Global Studies at the College. The Center was developed as part of the College’s overall initiative to increase international opportunities for students and faculty.

Attending the meeting were: front row from left, Gary Mabrey, council member; Trish Patterson, council member; Brenda Clarke ’86, council member; Jacquelyn Elliott, Vice President for Enrollment Management; Amber Sharp, TC student; Susan D. Crum ’91, Interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement, and Dr. Geir Bergvin, director of the Center for Global Studies. And back row from left: Lester Lattany ’87 ’91, council member; Carr ’05, council member; Michael Scalf, council member; Larry Rose, council member; Scott Folsom, council member; and Dr. Russell Nichols, former Interim President.

Membership for the Johnson City President’s Advisory Council also David Bautista, Russell Brackins, Brent Dugger, Pat Holtsclaw, Ellen Myatt ’99, Cleo Reed, Kelvin Smalley, Josh Smith, Robert Van de Vuurst, Robert White and Dallas Williams.

Established in 2005, the Johnson City President’s Advisory Council is one of three in the region with councils also located in Johnson City and Kingsport. Its members are comprised of alumni and friends of the College. The mission of the councils is to assist the College with identifying opportunities for graduate preparation; professional development, career development and internships; community impact and to open doors. For more information, please contact Barb Sell at 423-636-7303 or bsell@tusculum.edu.

 

Tusculum College’s Knoxville President’s Advisory Council Meeting held at Tusculum College Knoxville Regional Center on Tuesday, April 14

Tusculum College’s Knoxville President’s Advisory Council met on Tuesday, April 14, at the Tusculum College Knoxville Regional Center. The keynote speaker for the meeting was Assistant Football Coach Kevin Weston ’02, who spoke about the “Pioneers Preparing for Life” program he developed and oversees at the College.

Attending the meeting were: left to right from bottom, Jessica McKay, TC student; Susan D. Crum ’91, Interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Dr. Russell L. Nichols, former Interim President; Tony Carasso ’07, council member; Buddy Heins, council member; Joe Sullivan, council member; Jacquelyn Elliott, Vice President for Enrollment Management; Mark Field ’96, council member; Randy Fields, council member; Mark Benson ’02, council member; Ron Jenkins, council member; Vaughn Smith, council member; Jaime Hamer ’96 ’98, marketing and conferencing coordinator; Joe Hultquist, council member; Bill Roehl ’00, council member; Ryan Otto, director of adult learning, and Assistant Football Coach Kevin Weston ’02, keynote speaker.

Membership for the Knoxville President Advisory Council also includes Mark DeNicola, Cynthia Finch, Dr. Thien Freeman ’01, David Gensterblum, Frances Hall, Daniel Head, Kirk Huddleston, Richard Isaac, Chet Nichols ’80, Bunny Oakes and Russ Oaks.

Established in 2005, the Knoxville President’s Advisory Council is one of three in the region with councils also located in Johnson City and Kingsport. Its members are comprised of alumni and friends of the College. The mission of the councils is to assist the College with identifying opportunities for graduate preparation; professional development, career development and internships; community impact and to open doors. For more information, please contact Barb Sell at 423-636-7303 or bsell@tusculum.edu.

 

Tusculum College’s Kingsport President Advisory Council Meeting held at the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, April 7

Tusculum College’s Kingsport President’s Advisory Council met on Tuesday, April 7, at the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce. The keynote speaker for the meeting was Assistant Football Coach Kevin Weston ’02, who spoke about the “Pioneers Preparing for Life” program he heads.

Attending the meeting were: Susan D. Crum ’91, Interim Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Kristen Wonderly, TC student; Jacquelyn Elliott, Vice President for Enrollment Management; Sandra Greene ’86, council member; Chaiba Bloom, council member; Charlie Dotson ’89, council member; Karen Randolph ’92, council member.

Dr. Russell Nichols, Interim President; Jantry Shupe ’00, council member; Cindy Necessary ’01 ’04, council member; Jason Seaton, TC student; Steven Vinsant ’90, council member; Finley Green, council member; and Assistant Football Coach Kevin Weston ’02, keynote speaker; Rosalee Sites ’93.

Membership for the Kingsport President Advisory Council also includes Elanie Bodenweiser, Miles Burdine, Thomas Keller ‘ 92, Dorothea McMiller ’93, Bob Miller, Jim Brackens ’86 ’90, Terry Diamond ’96, Kelly Ellsworth, Larry Estepp ’91, Tony Falin ’96, Andy Hall, Jon Lundberg, Julie Marion, Brandon Redwine, and Bruce Shine ’60 H’84.

Established in 2005, the Kingsport President’s Advisory Council is one of three in the region with councils also located in Johnson City and Knoxville. Its members are comprised of alumni and friends of the College. The mission of the councils is to assist the College with identifying opportunities for graduate preparation; professional development, career development and internships; community impact and to open doors. For more information, please contact Barb Sell  at 423-636-7303 or bsell@tusculum.edu.