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ASUMH Foundation Board of Governors

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Board of Governors

In an effort to help guide the development efforts of ASUMH toward a more successful service role, the ASUMH Foundation Board of Governors, formerly the Development Council, was created. The purposes of the ASUMH Foundation Board of Governors are:

  1. To be informed about ASUMH and its service role including but not limited to its beliefs, mission, policies, goals, objectives, and action plans.

  2. To function as ambassadors of ASUMH in the community and in the student service area.

  3. To maintain a high degree of interest in ASUMH and assist with fund-raising activities of the university.

  4. To assist in planning, implementing, and promoting special activities and events.

The ASUMH Foundation Board of Governors meets quarterly, the second Wednesday of February, May, August and November each year.


  • Rob Finley

  • Heather Knight

  • Greg Hunter

  • Beth Carter

  • Joe Miles

  • Shawna McClain

  • Lane Strother

  • Laura Newth

  • Mel Coleman

  • Clint Gaston

  • Sandy B. Irby

  • Katie Risk

  • Susan Stockton

  • Mary Walker

  • Steve Wilson

The Foundation Board of Governors meets quarterly.

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The Foundation Board of Governors meets quarterly.



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