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Flagler names alumna vice president of Institutional Advancement

Sep 24, 2013
by Staff

Dr. Beverly “Bev” Copeland Carmichael has been appointed Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Flagler College. Carmichael is a 1972 alumna of Flagler.

“As the chief development officer, she will be responsible for all aspects of our fundraising program to include annual giving, capital giving and planned giving,” said Flagler President William T. Abare Jr., Ed.D. “She brings an enormous amount of experience, energy and passion for her work, and her knowledge of and affection for her alma mater will be evident in advancing the mission and goals of our college.”

Carmichael has served as Assistant Chancellor for University Advancement at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay since July 15, 2010. During her tenure at UW-Green Bay, she led her advancement staff to establish the UW-Green Bay Foundation, which manages more than $30 million in endowed and expendable assets.  

She also served as Director of Development at Flagler in the 1980s.

She replaces current Vice President of Institutional Advancement Mark Whittaker.  

“Mark Whittaker is the consummate professional,” Abare said. “He has been at Flagler College for three years, and under his leadership, we raised $6.5 million in 2010-2011 and $7.2 million in 2011-2012. He has done an outstanding job at Flagler, and he will be missed.”

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