Ginny McMurray has been named Associate Vice President for Development at Hendrix College.
already familiar with the Hendrix community, having served as Director of
Development and Foundation Relations for the College since 2010. Before her arrival
at Hendrix, she worked as Grants and Research Manager for CHI St. Vincent
Foundation and Director of Development at Wildwood Park for the Performing Arts
in Little Rock. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Agnes Scott College with a
B.A. in English and Music, and earned her M.A. in Business with an emphasis on
Arts Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
fills the vacancy created by the appointment of the Rev. Wayne Clark ’84 to
serve as president of the United Methodist Foundation of Arkansas. She had
filled the role in an interim capacity following Clark’s departure.
“Ginny has done
an outstanding job in her interim capacity and as has worked diligently to
continue the momentum of the Be Hendrix
campaign during this time of transition,” said W. Ellis Arnold ’79, Senior
Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Dean of Advancement for the
College. The $110-million Be Hendrix
campaign includes support for endowed scholarships; the under-construction Miller
Creative Quad, which features student living space, resources for the music and
film studies programs, and the Windgate Museum of Art at Hendrix College; and investment
in new on-campus centers for Career Services, Inclusive Community, and Teaching
“I am honored and eager to assume a leadership role at Hendrix,” McMurray said. “We have a strong development team, and I look forward to working with them to continue our momentum in the Be Hendrix campaign.”