Bullock to leave as Wake Forest vice president; Boyette named interim
March 26, 2008
James R. Bullock has resigned for personal reasons as vice president for university advancement at Wake Forest University, effective April 1. Bullock has been a member of the university staff since 1985.
Wake Forest University President Nathan O. Hatch appointed veteran administrator Sandra C. Boyette as interim vice president for university advancement.
"We appreciate James’ many years of service to Wake Forest,” Hatch said. “With remarkable enthusiasm, he has been instrumental in developing significant financial support for the university’s educational mission.”
Bullock, a graduate of Wake Forest’s College and Babcock Graduate School of Management, said he “will anticipate, support and applaud the bright future that lies ahead for my beloved alma mater.”
Boyette served as vice president for university advancement from 1997 to 2006. She has been senior advisor to the president since 2006. Boyette has held a number of positions since joining the university staff in 1981, including several years as vice president for public affairs. She holds degrees from Wake Forest, Converse College, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.