Susan D. Vance, interim vice president for institutional advancement at Tusculum College, was recently named vice president/president-elect for the Tennessee Advancement Resources Council (TARC).
Vance, who has been with Tusculum College’s Institutional Advancement Office since 2003 and has served as interim vice president since February 2007, is a 1991 graduate of the College.
“I am honored and eager to make a positive contribution to the organization in support of our mission to promote both professional and educational excellence in the schools, colleges and universities of Tennessee,” said Vance.
The announcement of the new slate of officers for the organization was made at a luncheon held at the Hotel Preston in Nashville, Tenn. in July.
“The Tennessee Advancement Resources Council is excited and honored to welcome Susan Vance as its vice president/ president-elect,” said TARC President John Smith of Tennessee Technological University.
“Susan brings a wealth of knowledge to our organization. As interim vice president of institutional advancement at Tusculum College, Susan is responsible for all the areas for which TARC serves. Her position gives her valuable insight to serve our constituency as well as move our organization forward. I consider it a privilege to have Susan on our board.”
The Tennessee Advancement Resources Council was established in 1973 to promote both professional and educational excellence in the schools, colleges and universities of Tennessee. The council strives to serve as a forum for exchanging thoughts on how to build and enhance alumni and development programs and services.