Carolyn Campbell-Golden, Ph.D.
Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement
Carolyn Campbell-Golden, Ph.D. is the Vice President for Development and Alumni Engagement. Her office is located on the first floor of McMillan Hall.
Dr. Campbell has worked as an administrator for higher education and non-profits for nearly 30 years, and comes to W&J after a lengthy tenure in the Auburn University system. She established the university’s Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations in 1999, and later served as Vice Chancellor for Advancement at Auburn Montgomery (AUM). She has taught as an adjunct professor and established an endowed scholarship at Auburn for working mothers who are pursuing a degree.
Dr. Campbell has served in university strategic planning processes; provided leadership and direction through university accreditation processes; spearheaded initiatives promoting diversity and inclusion; established and implemented faculty and staff advocacy committees; and provided expert leadership and worked collaboratively with governing and foundation boards within the university system, in addition to work in her community.
Dr. Campbell holds a master’s degree in Management from Faulkner University, master’s and doctorate degree in Higher Education Administration from Auburn University, completed Harvard’s Institute for Educational Management program, holds a certificate in College and University Teaching, and is distinguished as a Fulbright Scholar.