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Company Overview of College of William & Mary
College of William & Mary is an educational institution that offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs. It provides courses focusing on arts and sciences, education, business, global studies, environmental studies, medieval and Renaissance studies, medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, law, and engineering. College of William & Mary was founded in 1693 and is based in Williamsburg, Virginia.
P.O. Box 8795
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
Founded in 1693
Key Executives for College of William & Mary
Vice President for Finance
Rector and Member of Board of Visitors
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
College of William & Mary Key Developments
W. Taylor Reveley III to Retire as President of College of William & Mary on June 30, 2018
Apr 7 17
W. Taylor Reveley III will retire as president after a decade leading the College of William & Mary. Reveley plans to step down on June 30, 2018, setting in place an orderly transition of leadership at the college.
William & Mary Announces Director Changes Effective May 1, 2017
Mar 14 17
William & Mary announced that Samantha K. Huge has been appointed as the new director of athletics effective May 1. Huge, currently the senior associate director of athletics at Texas A&M University, has 17 years of Division I athletics administration experience. She will become the first woman to hold the position at William & Mary since the job was combined in the 1980s to cover both men's and women's sports. Huge will succeed Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll, who is retiring this year after 21 years. At William & Mary, Huge will be a member of the president's senior leadership cabinet and will be responsible for more than 120 Tribe Athletics staff members and coaches. As the director of athletics, Huge will manage the organization's $24 million budget, serve as its primary fundraiser and oversee the continued implementation of the department's strategic plan, announced in April 2015, which includes providing 'a championship experience for every student-athlete and every fan'. Huge has served on the senior management team at Texas A&M since 2014, overseeing many aspects of the athletic department including academics, sports medicine, performance nutrition, student-athlete engagement and sports performance. In addition to supervising key operational areas including technology, Huge manages the department's partnership with Adidas and serves as the primary liaison to the major gifts staff of the university's fundraising arm, the 12th Man Foundation. She also serves as the primary administrator for six sports programs, three of which won one or more SEC Championships during her tenure in College Station.
William & Mary Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 13 16
Five alumni have been appointed to the William & Mary Board of Visitors. Warren W. Buck III M.S. '70, Ph.D. '76, D.Sc. '13; S. Douglas Bunch '02, J.D. '06; Ted R. Dintersmith '74; Anne Leigh Kerr '91, J.D. '98; and Brian P. Woolfolk J.D. '96 will begin four-year terms with the board beginning July 1. The new appointees succeed Kendrick F. Ashton Jr. '98, Ann Green Baise, Keith S. Fimian '78 and John E. Littel, who each completed one term with the board, and Robert E. Scott, J.D. '68, who completed two terms. Warren W. Buck became the first chancellor of that institution in 1999, and, over the next six years, he oversaw the completion of the campus' construction and helped UWB grow to a four-year institution. In 2009, he became the first director of UWB's Science and Technology Program (now the School of STEM). Bunch is a partner at Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, where he is a member of the firm's Securities Litigation & Investor Protection practice area. In addition to his legal work, Bunch is the co-founder and chairman of Global Playground. A partner emeritus with Charles River Ventures, Dintersmith spent more than 25 years as a venture capitalist, focusing on software, information services, direct- and web-based marketing and publishing. Kerr is the president of Kerr Government Strategies in Richmond, Virginia, where she represents business interests and trade associations for multiple industries on state-level government-relations matters. Her practice focuses on lobbying before the Virginia General Assembly and the executive branch. She has extensive experience in creating legislative strategy, negotiating Virginia's budget process and representing clients in the Commonwealth's regulatory process. Kerr also advises statewide candidates and General Assembly members on policy issues and fundraising. She served on the transition teams for governors Tim Kaine and Terry McAuliffe as well as Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones. She previously worked as director of Troutman Sanders Strategies, legislative counsel to Waste Management of Virginia, policy advisor to Lt. Gov. Don Beyer, special assistant to the director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality and legislative assistant in the Virginia House of Delegates. Woolfolk, a principal with Swan Creek Strategies, has worked in government relations and congressional investigations for more than 20 years. Before joining Swan Creek, he served with Squire Sanders Public Advocacy and Mattox Woolfolk, which he co-founded. Prior to that, Woolfolk was the minority counsel on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, where he was responsible for advising committee members and their staffs on constitutional, civil rights, environmental and criminal justice issues.
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