Spotlight on Volunteers

Horace Chase

Horace Chase

Vice President for Business and Finance, Tennessee State University

Number of Years in Higher Education: 30

Involvement with SACUBO

I have attended SACUBO events for 20 years. I served on the Board of Directors twice as an At Large Member, on the Community Colleges Constituent Committee, and as Chair of the Scholarship Committee. I am currently the Third Vice President, and I also serve on the Professional Development Committee.

An Interesting Fact

I am contracted as a model with a modeling agency.

Decision to Volunteer with SACUBO

I volunteered to be able to learn more and to contribute to the association.


Amy Douglas

Amy Douglas

Associate Vice President Financial Services / Controller, Auburn University

Number of Years in Higher Education: 20

Involvement with SACUBO

I have attended SACUBO workshops and conferences for approximately 20 years. I previously participated on the Audit Committee, and I am currently serving in my second year on the Research Universities Constituent Committee.

An Interesting Fact

I tap dance.

Decision to Volunteer with SACUBO

I wanted to be more involved with the organization that I attended the most conferences and workshops, and I wanted to get to know other business officers. This is an amazing opportunity to meet and collaborate with similar personnel from similar institutions.


Jamie Loftin

Jamie Loftin

Assistant Vice Provost for Distance Education Administration, University of Arkansas

Number of Years in Higher Education: 12

Involvement with SACUBO

I am the Chair of the Research Universities Constituent Committee, and I serve on the Professional Development Committee. I have been a volunteer with SACUBO for three years. I have been attending SACUBO events for 11 years.

An Interesting Fact

I have 15-year-old boy / girl twins. I love to travel and have been to 48 states and many foreign countries.

Decision to Volunteer with SACUBO

I have regularly attended SACUBO conferences, and I wanted to get more involved in the programming. Volunteering is a great way to build a network of colleagues, and the time commitment is very manageable.


Dirk Wilmoth

Dirk Wilmoth

Vice President Business and Finance / CFO, Asheville – Buncombe Technical Community College

Number of Years in Higher Education: 45

Involvement with SACUBO

I have been attending SACUBO events for at least 33 years. I am serving on the Community Colleges Constituent Committee. I served on the Annual Meeting Planning / Host Committee for Asheville in 2006 and 2016.

An Interesting Fact

I have been a college CFO for 30 years (Pfeiffer University, Montreat College, McDowell Technical Community College, Emory and Henry College, and Asheville – Buncombe Technical Community College).

Decision to Volunteer with SACUBO

I was encouraged by David Browning to volunteer. This is a great opportunity for networking and getting off campus for professional development.

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