Vice President, Institutional Advancement & Assistant to the President
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Britt Davis was named Vice President for Institutional Advancement & Assistant to the President in January 2011. In this role, he leads the university’s Development, Alumni Relations, Communications & Marketing, and Admissions departments. He also represents the Campbell president’s office in different capacities, including serving as a liaison to various university constituencies and representing the president on university committees and at special events. Prior to this appointment Davis served as Director of Development for the university’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law (2007-2010).
Assistant Director of Advancement Administration
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Susan Litton is a 1987 graduate of Campbell University and has been with the Institutional Advancement team since 1999. She oversees the administration of the Institutional Advancement Department, provides support for special projects, and manages prospect research for all university development officers.
Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement & Planned Giving
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Wood began his career at Campbell University as Director of Church and Community Relations. He has provided leadership in developing significant resources for the divinity school since its founding. December, 2013, marked the beginning of his twenty-first year as a member of the Institutional Advancement Department. Prior to joining Campbell, Wood held numerous positions during his career, including interim superintendent, with the Cumberland County Public Schools, before retiring in 1993.
Associate Vice President for Advancement Services
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Following his graduation from Campbell University in 1983, Doug earned his Master of Divinity degree and served churches in Virginia, Arkansas and North Carolina and in 1997; he joined the Advancement/Alumni Relations team. Doug leads in engaging alumni with their alma mater as well as overseeing the advancement database management system. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Campbell University National Alumni Association.
Revonda started with Campbell in our copy center in 2004. She currently supports the alumni relations office by serving as the Alumni Board of Director Secretary, updating alumni records, assisting with alumni gatherings, and coordinates weddings for Campbell’s Butler Chapel.
Angela started working at Campbell University in 2004 as an office assistant in our financial aid office. She joined the alumni relations team in 2005, where she currently maintains our Alumni website, prepares the class notes for the Campbell Magazine and helps update alumni records. She also assists with alumni gatherings.
Assistant Director of Records
Terri Shrieves began working at Campbell in August 1998 at the Bookstore Snack Bar. She moved to the Financial Aid Office in May 2000 where she was a Loan Coordinator and eventually an Assistant Director. In 2007, Shrieves joined the Advancement team as a records clerk and assumed her current position of Assistant Director of Records in August 2008.
Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations
Sarah Swain joined the Advancement team in August 2013. She works to increase annual gifts to the University through alumni participation and employee and student philanthropy. Following her graduation from Campbell in 2005, Swain worked as an income development officer for the American Cancer Society in Eastern NC.
Assistant Vice President for Sponsored Research & Programs
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David Camps is responsible for grant research, writing, reporting, submission and interaction with key faculty, staff and grantors, with special emphasis on requests from federal and state agencies. Camps joined Campbell in January 2016. Previously, he had been a vice president of a personnel solutions company in Fayettevillle and directed sponsored research and programs at both Shaw University and Fayetteville State University. Before entering higher education in 2007, Camps served in the U.S. Army for 22 years and retired as a lieutenant colonel. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Bowie State University and a Master of Science in Information Systems from George Mason University.
Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Jason Gipe was named Assistant Vice President for Institutional Advancement in March of 2014. In this role, he engages alumni and philanthropic friends to enrich relationships with the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business as well as the larger university community. He brings more than eight years of development experience and leadership to Campbell, and has most recently held positions at North Carolina State University and Barton College.
Assistant Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations
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Tammi Fries joined the Advancement team in September 2015. Tammi will have a key role in coordinating donor communications, promoting recognition events, and increasing interactions with donors at all levels. A 2004 Campbell graduate, Tammi was a student-athlete for the volleyball program. Prior to her return to Campbell, Tammi spent nine years in collegiate athletics at institutions East Tennessee State University, Southern Illinois University, and Queens University of Charlotte.
Director of Church Relations & Development
Peter Donlon joined Campbell in July of 2015 as Director of Church Relations and Development for the Divinity School. In his role, he heads the development effort for the Divinity School, and also promotes and manages donor relationships through special events. Peter spent twenty years in hospitality management with Marriott International in the eastern US and Canada, and entered the non-profit arena ten years ago. He completed his Master of Divinity from Campbell University in 2006, and spent the last ten years in non-profit management and development. He spent 2 years with the WakeMed Department of Spiritual Care, and 8 years directing homeless programs and services in the Raleigh/Durham, NC area. Peter most recently served as the Major Gifts Officer in the Marketing and Development Department for The Salvation Army of Wake County. He has spoken locally and nationally at conferences on Project CATCH, (Community Action Targeting Children who are Homeless) and has facilitated training on Trauma Informed Services.
Director of Development, College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences
Mike Greer joined Campbell University in June 2015 as the Director of Development for the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS). In his role, Mike raises support for the seven programs that constitute CPHS. With over a decade’s experience in advancement, he previously worked for the American Red Cross, Mount Aloysius College, and Brenau University. A native of southern Maryland, Mike earned his B.A from St. Mary’s College of MD and his MBA from Brenau University.
Director of Development, Law School
Trudi A. Brown was named director of development at Campbell Law School on April 23, 2012. Brown brings more than 10 years’ experience in fundraising, event management, and volunteer and board relations to the law school. She most recently served at NC State University’s Poole College of Management as director of development and external relations.
Associate Athletics Director for Advancement
A twenty-two year veteran on the Campbell Athletics staff, Tony Delp joined Campbell University as Assistant AD for External Affairs in July 1991. He was promoted in 2007 to Associate AD for Advancement where he oversees athletics development including The Fighting Camel Club. The Fighting Camel Club assists Campbell University Athletics by providing support for building, enhancing and maintaining athletics facilities and assists with the funding of athletics grant-in-aide. Prior to coming to Campbell, Delp worked in various fundraising and marketing positions with Southern Boosters, Inc., the fundraising arm of Georgia Southern Athletics in Statesboro, GA and served on US Senator Jesse Helms’ Washington DC staff.
Wed, 21 Oct 2015
We will host our 2nd annual TAG Day on October 22, 2015. Continue »
Tue, 18 Aug 2015
This past year was one of the strongest ever in the Department of Institutional Advancement. Continue »
Mon, 10 Aug 2015
The 2014-15 academic year at Campbell University was historical not only in terms of enrollment, growth, and leadership transitions; Campbell also received a record number of gifts from alumni and friends. Continue »