Executive MBA Alumni Chair endowment
The Executive MBA Alumni Chair is an endowed fund established by alumni in 2001. This fund supports teaching and research for the EMBA program, and it has been held by the program’s founder, Professor Larry Ring, since its inception. Gifts to this fund invest in the tradition of excellence and strengthens the EMBA degree for future executive students. In conjunction with the 30th Anniversary, the School has set an ambitious goal to more than double the EMBA Chair endowment to an impressive $1 million.
Jeffery R. Gardner '97 and his wife Christine have generously committed $250,000 to support the Executive MBA program. To encourage other alumni to give and join him in supporting the Mason School, the Gardner's will match, dollar for dollar, gifts to the EMBA Chair endowment fund.
You Can Help!
A gift to the EMBA Chair endowment helps ensure the continued legacy of world class executive education at William & Mary. If you give now, your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar. Every gift helps us reach our $1 million goal—please give today.