AAF Representatives Speak At Conference
GREENSBORO – Jennifer Williams, associate athletics director for development/executive director of the AAF and Teresa M. Davis, president of the AAF, presented at the 22nd annual CASE Conference for Institutionally Related Foundations on Wednesday. Williams and Davis are serving on a panel discussing best practices for athletic booster organizations with representatives from Texas Tech and Kansas State.
The conference is being held at the Grand Hyatt in Denver, Colo., from April 23-25.
“It is truly an honor for the Aggie Athletic Foundation to be recognized as a model for athletic fundraising. A special thank you to all of our donors who’ve supported A&T Athletics and the AAF—we would not have been asked to serve on this panel without the support of our donors,” said Williams.
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