BUIES CREEK — Britt Davis, currently vice president for institutional advancement at Campbell University, has been named assistant to the president at Campbell effective immediately. Davis’s title will be vice president for institutional advancement and assistant to the president.
“Britt Davis has worked closely with me for several years,” said Campbell President Jerry Wallace. “Adding assistant to the president to his title is an affirmation that his work extends beyond just his responsibilities in institutional advancement and undergraduate admissions.”
Davis will continue to have oversight of university advancement operations, which includes development and fundraising, alumni relations and communications, as well as undergraduate admissions. As assistant to the president, he will also represent the Campbell president’s office in different capacities, including serving as a liaison to various university constituencies such as faculty, students, staff, parents and select external organizations. He will also represent the president, as requested, on university committees and at special events.
“In addition to his experience and knowledge of the Campbell University community and higher education issues in North Carolina and nationally, Britt is known as a collaborative and highly-valued colleague by all who have worked with him,” Wallace said.
A graduate of George Mason University (BS, 1991; MPA, 1996), Davis earned his doctorate (DPA, 2013) at Valdosta State University. He joined Campbell in 2007 as the director of development for the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. He was named vice president for institutional advancement in January 2011. Prior to coming to Campbell, Davis served as president of the Oregon Independent College Foundation and vice president of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.
“I am thrilled to represent Campbell University as vice president for institutional advancement and assistant to the president,” Davis said. “Campbell is a special place, and I am honored to serve President Wallace, the campus community, and our alumni and friends.”