About NC CORD
NC CORD is a statewide organization comprised of North Carolina Community College Resource Development officers working together to enhance resource development efforts on all state community college campuses while providing professional development opportunities within the North Carolina Community College System.
Board of Directors
President Foundation Executive Director, Wilkes CC (336) 838-6491 email@example.com
President Elect & Conference Chair Foundation Executive Director, Central Carolina CC (919) 718-7230 5593121544
Treasurer Director of Institutional Advancement, Lenoir CC (252) 233-6812 (530) 436-2116
Lee K Cornett
Membership Chair Development & Community Resource Specialist, Wilkes CC (336) 838-6158 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Foundation Executive Director, Carteret CC (252) 222-6262 (435) 674-5153
NC Community Colleges System Liaison Director of Foundation & Engagement Services, NC Community College System (919) 807-6975 603-864-9395
Dr. William Findt
NC Association of Community College Presidents Liaison President, Bladen CC (910) 879-5523 email@example.com
Board Member Director of Foundation & Development, Robeson CC (910) 272-3235 firstname.lastname@example.org
Board Member Senior Director of Foundation Relations & Administration, Wake Tech CC (919) 866-5927 2507441860
Web Guru Director of Web & Creative Strategy, Central Carolina CC (919) 718-7538 352-529-8505
Join NC CORD
"... working together to enhance resource development efforts ..."
Join NC CORD and get access to publications, resources, and communication network of like minded professionals who will help you stay motivated and grow professionally. Members can also take advantage of NC CORD's annual conference. The annual conference not only provides networking opportunities but gives members the opportunity to stay up to date on the latest industry innovations, research and industry trends.
NC CORD offers two types of memberships: Institutional Membership and Associate Membership. Discounts are given on group memberships. The membership year is July 1 - June 30.
Institutional Membership is open to all community or technical colleges within the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) upon payment of regular annual dues.
Other individuals and organizations interested in the activities of NC CORD may, with the payment of dues as set by the Board of Directors, be non-voting members. Associate members will receive all official publications and communications of NC CORD.
We are happy to announce Sanford, NC as the location for the NC CORD 2018 conference October 17-19!
2017 Wrap Up
Harriette McKinnon Crump Memorial Scholarship
Harriette McKinnon Crump was the rare kind of individual one seldom finds in a lifetime. Her untiring efforts enabled NC CORD to grow and develop to a level where success for all overshadows glory for a few. Harriette began her career in resource development at Halifax Community College and also worked at the College of The Albemarle until her untimely death in 1982.
Her loss left a void for all who knew and loved her. CORD has established an endowment for the Harriette McKinnon Crump Memorial Scholarship in her honor. Funds generated from this endowment will be used to provide scholarship monies to NC CORD members.
To be considered for this scholarship award, current members should send a request letter to email@example.com including:
- Current and related former positions
- Length of service in resource development
- Why this training is important to you
- How this training will enhance your abilities
For more information, please contact:
Allison Phillips, NC CORD President
Executive Director, Foundation
Distinguished Service Award
The NC CORD Distinguished Service Award recognizes those who have served the organization and the cause of resource development in NC Community Colleges for many years. It is awarded only when a candidate of merit is nominated. The NC CORD Board of Directors makes the award decision. The most recent winner was Susan Nobles, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, PCC Foundation Executive Director, Pitt Community College and former NC CORD president.
To nominate an individual, please complete the official nomination form. Nominations are due to the NC CORD President by September 7, 2018. The winner will be announced at the NC CORD Annual Conference in Sanford, NC at Central Carolina Community College.
In completing the nomination form, the following areas are to be addressed.
- Please detail innovations, accomplishments, and outcomes which the nominee has achieved in his or her work in Institutional Development.
- Please Document mentoring, networking, team-building, advising, and assisting other NC professionals to advance the profession.
- Please document the number of years the nominee has served the NC Community College System in an institutional advancement capacity.
- If relevant, please also note years of service to NC CORD.
NC CORD members get exclusive access to a host of publications and resources.