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Volunteer Leadership Weekend  
February 28–29, 2020
Nashville, Tennessee

Please join Vanderbilt’s top alumni volunteers from across the country for a special weekend on campus. Gain an insider’s view of the exciting changes underway and hear from university leaders, faculty and students about how these strategic initiatives are improving the student experience.

You will also spend valuable time with your respective volunteer group as you work together to plan for the year ahead.

We promise you will leave inspired by the people and places that make Vanderbilt great. We hope to see you here.

Weekend Highlights

Friday, February 28

4:30 p.m.
Hawaii vs. Vanderbilt Baseball Game
Parking in 25th Avenue Garage (game day prices)
(Highland Avenue entrance; any zone 3 non-reserved space)
Tickets provided for all VLW participants to cheer on the VandyBoys.Tickets will be available for pick up at the Hawkins Field Box Office. Please see the Volunteer Leadership Weekend Ticket Table. 
Black and gold attire

7:30–9 p.m.
Welcome Reception
Hosted by Susie S. Stalcup, Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Relations
Featuring Candice Storey Lee, BS’00, MEd’02, EdD’12, Interim Vice Chancellor for Athletics and University Affairs and Interim Athletic Director 
Student Life Center
Parking in 25th Avenue Garage
(Highland Avenue entrance; any zone 3 non-reserved space)
Black and gold attire

Saturday, February 29

8:30 a.m.­–1 p.m. 
University Update
Telling Vanderbilt's Story of Student Success
Student Life Center Ballroom
Parking in 25th Avenue Garage
(Highland Avenue entrance; any zone 3 non-reserved space)
Business casual attire

Learn how alumni volunteers advance the university’s mission through insider sessions that showcase the student experience, student success and Vanderbilt’s impact in the world. The program will include a panel of undergraduate students, as well as presentations from:

Katharine S. Brooks, Evans Family Executive Director of the Career Center

Kate Brooks, Evans Family Executive Director of the Career Center Kate Brooks is a nationally recognized expert with more than 25 years of experience supporting the career needs of college students and alumni.

Douglas L. Christiansen, Ph.D., Vice Provost for University Enrollment, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Higher Education

Douglas L. Christiansen, PH.D., Vice Provost for University Enrollment, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid Doug Christiansen serves as the university’s chief enrollment strategist.

 

 

Bruce R. Evans, BE’81, Chairman, Board of Trust

Bruce Evans, Chairman, Board of TrustBruce Evans is senior advisor to Summit Partners a global alternative investment firm managing more than $19 billion in capital dedicated to growth equity, venture capital, fixed income and public equity opportunities. 

Rosevelt L. Noble, BS’98, PhD’03, Assistant Dean of Residential Colleges, Director of the Bishop Johnson Black Cultural Center, Faculty Head of Stambaugh House, Senior Lecturer in Sociology

Rosevlet Noble, assistant dean of residential collegesRosevelt Noble helps develop initiatives that promote student success within Vanderbilt’s Residential Colleges.

 

Susie S. Stalcup, Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Relations

Susie Stalcup, Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni RelationsSusie Stalcup leads the university’s efforts for philanthropic support for residential colleges, scholarships and other strategic initiatives.

1–3 p.m. 

Breakout sessions
Various locations

More details to come. Want to join us? Register online. If you cannot attend, but would like to be involved, please email vlw@vanderbilt.edu.

Questions? Call (615) 322-6034 or email vlw@vanderbilt.edu.