F. Gregory Campbell, former president of Carthage College, writes that “…trustees choosing a new president should focus on personal trustworthiness in judging the candidates. Would they themselves be inclined to make a major gift if that person came calling? With time and familiarity, might they do so?”
An important consideration…and an important acknowledgment that fundraising is central to the role of a college or university president in today’s world.
Click here to view his entire post from the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) blog.