Mark Power, the interim vice chancellor of University Advancement at the University of Arkansas (UA) since August, was recently told he has the position to keep.
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz cited
15-year tenure at
the school when announcing the appointment. He highlighted Power’s
involvement in a $1 billion fundraising campaign for UA.
has successfully cultivated hundreds of friends and volunteers,
raised millions of dollars in private gift support, and developed a
highly functioning staff during his time with the university,”
was named on the Arkansas
“40 Under 40,” noting
young professionals in the state. He also
was named most outstanding fundraising executive in 2011 by the
Association of Fundraising Professionals Northwest Arkansas
“I have the privilege of working every day
alongside an outstanding team of professionals and with amazing
students, faculty, alumni and benefactors of the university,” Power
said. “I look forward to enhancing those relationships as we
continue to work to implement the guiding priorities for our campus,
advance Campaign Arkansas and strengthen the University of
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