Jan 282013



Monday, January 28, 2013

The ECU Foundation has elected four East Carolina University alumni to serve a four-year term on its board of directors: Dr. William M. Bogey Jr., a professor in the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences; Kirk A. Dominick, president of i2consulting, a strategic planning consulting firm; James H. Mullen III, a retired associate vice chancellor of human resources at ECU; and Jon E. Strickland, senior vice president and financial adviser with CAPTRUST Financial Advisors.

Bogey earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1980 and graduated from the Brody School of Medicine at ECU in 1984. He is a lifetime member of ECU’s alumni association and a former president of the Brody School of Medicine Alumni Association. Bogey belongs to the Order of the Cupola, an ECU organization that recognizes gifts to the university reaching or exceeding $100,000. He is married to ECU graduate Jenni Kolczynski, founder of Jenni K Jewelry, and lives in Greenville.

Dominick, a 1991 criminal justice graduate, is a former executive vice president of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the former chief operating officer of Flanders Filters. He and his wife, Barbara, also an ECU graduate, live in Greenville.

Mullen earned a degree in psychology in 1974, followed by a rehabilitation counseling degree in 1980. An Order of the Cupola member, Mullen also supports the university through participation in the alumni association.

He served several years on the Harriot College of Arts & Sciences Advancement Council and remains active in campus activities. Mullen lives in Greenville with his wife, Pam.

Strickland earned a bachelor’s degree in business in 1999 and an MBA in 2001. He is an alumni association member.

Strickland and his wife, Billie, a nurse anesthetist and ECU graduate, live in Raleigh.

The East Carolina University Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to fund the margin of excellence at ECU. The independent board of directors that governs the group contributes its time, talents and resources in support of the university.

via The Daily Reflector.


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