Category Archives: Volunteers

Los Angeles Co-chairs

Volunteer Summit: New Campaign Structure Unveiled

During the Volunteer Summit October 25, Campaign Co-Chair Carl Sewell ’66 outlined a new structure for The Second Century Campaign, including the addition of four SMU trustees to the Campaign Leadership Council: Paul B. Loyd, Jr. ’68, Bobby B. Lyle

SMU energizes Second Century Campaign with new goals and regional strategy

Climbing Higher: Leadership Gift Announced as Volunteers Focus on Future

SMU launched the final 24 months of The Second Century Campaign at a Volunteer Summit on the Hilltop October 25, during which President R. Gerald Turner also announced a $15 million lead gift from Trustee and Campaign Convening Co-chair Gerald

Chicago Steering Committee

Campaign Q&A: David B. Miller ’72, ’73

David Miller serves as secretary of the SMU Board of Trustees, is a co-chair of The Second Century Campaign Steering Committee for Cox School of Business and serves on the Campaign Steering Committee for Athletics. He also has served on

Charging Ahead: Volunteers prepare for next phase of Second Century Campaign

Volunteers to Gather October 25 On October 25, during Homecoming weekend, Second Century Campaign volunteers will gather on campus to celebrate and experience the impact of the campaign. This gathering will be a rallying moment, re-energizing and refocusing our efforts

Campaign Q&A: Scott J. McLean ’78

Scott McLean is a member of the SMU Board of Trustees and co-chair of The Second Century Campaign Steering Committee for Houston, where he also serves as CEO of Amegy Bank of Texas. He is a member of the executive

Campaign Q&A: Richard Ware ’68

Richard Ware is a member of the Campaign Leadership Council, co-chair of The Second Century Campaign Steering Committee for Campus and Student Life and vice-chair of alumni celebration for The Second Century Celebration. He has served as a member of

Campaign Committees in Action

Regional Steering Committees Second Century Campaign steering committees across the United States continue to provide vital campaign support by participating in prospect cultivation activities including alumni events, small gatherings and introductions to other alumni and friends in the region. Their