The Alfred & Shirley Wampler Caudill Endowed Fund
Board of Directors

The Caudill Endowed Fund Board of Directors

The Caudill Endowed Fund presents a $500 scholarship to student Damaria Knox at a home football game on November 19, 2016. (From left to right): Board Members Dr. Helen Tichenor, Mark Houser, student Damaria Knox, Dr. Donald W. Caudill, Alice Byrd, Dr. June Hobbs and Dr. Bobbie Cox

Dr. Donald W. Caudill
Professor of Marketing & Entrepreneurship
Co-Chair of the Board, Founder & TUG Marketing & James Nall Graduate Marketing Awards Representative

Heather Bridges Moore
Director of Creative Services
Co-Chair of the Board
Voting Member – At-Large Staff Representative

Robin Hamrick
Associate Vice President for Business and Finance
Treasurer of the Caudill Fund
Non-voting Member

Dr. Sheryl Adams
Professor of Theology & Church History
Voting Member – Rising Star Award Representative (Elected from the FDIIC)

Alice Byrd
Voting Member – Undergraduate Student Representative

Dr. Bobbie Cox
Associate Professor & Coordinator, Criminal Justice
Voting Member – At-Large Faculty Representative

Dr. Mary High
Associate Professor of American Sign Language
Voting Member – At-Large Faculty Representative

Dr. June Hobbs
Professor of English
Voting Member – LOTS-MC Awards Representative

Dr. Tom LeGrand
Assistant Professor & Director, the IMPACT Center for Christian Ethics & Social Responsibility
Voting Member – Service Learning Awards Representative

Mary Beth Martin
Assistant Vice President for Athletics & University Advancement
Voting Member – At-Large Staff Representative

Sara L. McCall
Director of Annual Giving and Prospect Research
Voting Member – At-Large Staff Representative

Dr. James Morgan
Professor of Psychology & Counseling
Voting Member – At-Large Faculty Representative

Dr. Christopher Nelson
Assistant Professor of Theater Arts
Voting Member – Theater Arts Awards Representative

Dr. Helen Tichenor
Professor of German & Director of International Programs
Voting Member – At-Large Faculty/Staff Representative