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Thomas University names new Vice President for Advancement

Thomas University President Dr. Gary Bonvillian announced today that Dr. Grady Enlow is TU’s new Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

“I am delighted to welcome Grady to the Thomas University family,” Bonvillian said. “We are looking forward to having him assume the new role in Advancement.”

In the role of Vice President for Advancement, Enlow will supervise personnel in the office in the areas of fundraising, alumni relations, foundation relations and communications.

Enlow previously served as the Deputy Director of Finance and Administration at the Florida State University Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Before that he served with the Florida State University Business Administrators as Coordinator, Assistant Director and finally Associate Director of Business and Financial Services.

Enlow’s other previous positions include Director of Institutional Advancement at Holy Comforter Episcopal School in Tallahassee, Florida; Director of Development for the School of Music and Development Officer for the College of Business, both at Florida State University; management positions with Golden Eagle and Killearn Country Clubs in Tallahassee; and Minister of Youth, Education and Music at Piedmont Park Alliance Church in Tallahassee.

Enlow graduated in December 2014 with an Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from FSU. He also holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from FSU, where he was valedictorian of his MBA class, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology from Columbia International University in Columbia, South Carolina.

“Serving Thomas University is an opportunity to meld my doctoral education in higher education administration with 20 years of higher education experience, and to join a leadership team that is truly committed to making a difference in the lives of students and in the community, region, and beyond,” Enlow said. “The role of Vice President for Institutional Advancement is well-named.  My goal is firmly to advance the institution in every way – to increase awareness, support, involvement, and commitment of faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends.”

Enlow and his wife, June Dollar, recently relocated to Thomasville.

“We are both looking forward to moving into and becoming a part of the Thomasville community, and to living relatively close to Tallahassee, where my son, Alden, resides.”

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