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The Candidates

Love Collins, III

Love Collins, III

Love Collins, III currently serves as Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Affairs at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. He brings more than 35 years of experience in management, development, and strategic planning. He has held executive-level positions at Dillard University, Howard University, Florida A&M University and Foundation, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Benedict College, Van Andel Research Institute, BellSouth Corporation, and the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, GA.

Collins received a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from Emory University’s Giozuetta Business School. He received an honorable discharge after serving in the U.S. Army’s Infantry Branch as an airborne officer.

Beth Crigler

Beth Crigler

Beth Crigler is a Certified Fundraising Executive and serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Development at the University of North Carolina Charlotte.  As a 20-year veteran in the development profession, Beth has led numerous capital campaigns raising over $1 billion for charitable organizations in North Carolina.  During her career, she has provided leadership for several non-profits, including Novant Health Foundation, Charlotte Latin School, the US National Whitewater Center, Sharon Towers, and the Cabarrus County Boys and Girls Club. 

Beth completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of South Carolina and is a proud Gamecock. 

Monica Delisa

Monica Delisa

Monica Delisa currently serves as the Vice President for University Advancement at Georgia College. During her tenure, the university has a completed a $30 million campaign, giving has doubled, and the endowment has risen 31 percent since her arrival on campus. As part of the five-person President’s cabinet, she works collaboratively on university management and direction, pursuing a collective goal of national pre-eminence.

Monica received her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Communications from the University of Arizona and is currently pursuing her doctorate in education from City University of Seattle. Her research focuses on the influence of participation by students in high-impact practices on eventual major- gift alumni philanthropy.


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