Russ Hannah

President's Message

Happy New Year from SACUBO! On behalf of our board of directors, I wish you a prosperous and successful 2021. As we look forward to a new year, it is important to reflect on our association’s successes in 2020. Despite COVID-19, SACUBO and our members had a successful year and pivoted to take on the challenges presented with a national pandemic.

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Upcoming Events

Women's Leadership Forum

March 04 - 05, 2021

Online

SACUBO Conversations - Your Best Networking Experience

March 23 - 23, 2021

Online

Annual Business Meeting

 

The Annual Business Meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 18 at 10:00 am Eastern / 9:00 am Central and will be held online. Primary representatives for SACUBO member institutions will receive an email with meeting and join information. The membership will be asked to vote on changes to the Bylaws and other business items requiring approval at the Business Meeting.

Scholarships are available for the Annual Meeting

 

SACUBO will provide ten scholarships of $299 each for individuals to attend the 2021 Annual Meeting to be held on a virtual platform. The applicant’s college or university must be a member of SACUBO for the application to be considered. Applicants must complete and submit the General Scholarship Application by March 5.

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Update on 2021 Annual Meeting

 

Due to continued health, safety, travel, and budget concerns as well as the feedback received from the recent member survey, the Annual Meeting originally scheduled for Atlanta will be held on a virtual platform. Registration is now open.


SACUBO Member Named as One of the People to Watch

 

Congratulations to Jeremy DiGorio who was selected by Winter Park Magazine as one its up-and-coming People to Watch. DiGorio is currently serving as an At Large Board Member representing Small Institutions, Chair of the Best Practices Committee, and a member of the Business Partners Relations Committee. He served as the Chair of the Host Committee for SACUBO’s 2019 Annual Meeting and is a previous member of the Small Institutions Constituent Committee. One of DiGorio’s greatest gifts is leadership training, and his goal is to help people discover their unique talents.

Spotlight on Volunteers

 
Amy Blackwell

Professional Development Committee Co-Chair

Shawn Charles

HBCU and Diversity Coordinator

Darrell Duncan

Business Partner Relations Coordinator

David West

Small Institutions Constituent Committee