Office of Institutional Advancement
Board of Visitors
Cal Violette '84, VIF International Education
SarahMarie Daughtry, Carolina Therapy Services
Ben Chambers, Jernigan & Warren Funeral Home
Immediate Past Chair
Rick Houp, YMCA
Juelle McDonald, Cumberland County Schools
Soni Rider, RE/MAX Choice Realtors
Ryan Aul, First National Bank
Al Aycock, Ramparts Group
Jennifer Barwick, Bragg Mutual Federal Credit Union
David Baskett, Castle Uniforms
Erika Beasley, Beasley Media Group
Landon Bentham, Callahan & Rice Insurance Group, Inc.
Stacy E. Bledsoe II, Merrill Lynch
Joe Callis, Carolina String
Libby S. Daniel, Retired
William Drewry, Bragg Mutual Federal Credit Union
Ned Garber, The Rubicon Group, Inc.
Gene Hallock '98, NC Department of Public Safety
David Helms, Lancaster Helms & Player Real Estate Inc.
Mrs. Mary Kinney '00
Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County
Shannon Lynch, Public Affairs
Mike Lynch, L2 Consulting, Inc.
April Maroschak, Cape Fear Valley Health
Chris Meredith, Cape Fear Valley Health System
Zan Monroe, The Monroe Company, Inc.
Amy Perko, Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics
Ben Pham, Select Bank & Trust
Richard Player, Player, Inc.
Alan Porter. Strategic Wealth Strategies
Lisa Powell, Future Unlimited, Inc.
Kelsey Puryear, CMG Marketing & Events, LLC
Ray Quesnel, Fayetteville Academy
Greg Reames, Wells Fargo
Ashlyn Richards, Chick-fil-A
Cindy Robinson, First Bank
Bobby Russell, Public Works Commission
Julie Russo, McKee Homes
Jan Spell, Hope Mills Chamber/Spell Land Development
Joey Stephenson, CenturyLink
W. Lockett Tally, Tally & Tally, Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Micah Vugrenic, Highland Country Club
Max Weinstein, Raymond James Financial
Luke Wheeler, Holmes Security
Greg Whitley, MacRae, Perry & MacRae, LLP
Johnny Wilson '99, Fayetteville Urban Ministry
Mission of the Board
- To serve as an advisory council to the faculty, staff, president and Board of Trustees.
- To be informed citizens about the structure and operations of the University and to serve as goodwill ambassadors for the University in the community.
- To assist the University in developing financial resources through both identification and introduction of friends of the University.
- To assist in identifying and recruiting students in specific geographical areas.
- To provide the University with lecturers, community symposia, presentations, and/or demonstrations in various fields of expertise.
- To provide advice for and assistance in enhancing the image and credibility of the University among a broader constituency
2018 Board of Visitors Tennis and Walking Golf Tournament
Methodist University is home to a beautiful 6,200-yard, 18-hole golf course and one of the country’s top PGA accredited Golf Management Programs. This is one of the most unique and challenging golf courses in the region. The practice facility at MU was ranked in 2014 by the Golf Range Association of American as one of the Top 50 Private Ranges in the country.
MU’s Professional Tennis Management Program is one of only four programs in the U.S. accredited by the Professional Tennis Association (PTA). The new courts at the Gene Clayton Tennis Center were recently featured in Tennis Industry Magazine as a Distinguished Facility of the Year and was ranked one of the top nine hard court facilities in the U.S.
The Board of Visitors Tournament is the once-a-year opportunity for the public to play these distinguished, private tennis courts and golf course. We invite you to spend the day on our beautiful campus with MU students and experience tournaments like none other in our area.
The 2018 tournaments will be played on November 7, 2018. Click here to register.
For more information, contact
Methodist University Advancement Office
5400 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone: 910.630.7200 Fax: 910.630.7683