FVSU's Dr. Anthony Holloman appointed to CASE's National Committee for Institutionally Related Foundations

Posted on Aug 13, 2020

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Aug. 13, 2020

FVSU's Dr. Anthony Holloman appointed to CASE's National Committee for Institutionally Related Foundations

Fort Valley, Georgia - The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recently appointed Dr. Anthony Holloman, Fort Valley State University's vice president of advancement and executive director of the FVSU Foundation, to the National Committee for Institutionally Related Foundations.

CASE is a global nonprofit association dedicated to educational advancement, including alumni relations, communications, development, marketing, and advancement services.

As a member of the 18-member committee, Holloman will monitor issues of special concern to college and university foundations and represent their interest.

"College and university foundations are an important part of the CASE constituency, and we are committed to ensuring that the foundation community receives the attention and programming it requires and deserves," said Sue Cunningham, president and CEO of CASE.

"I am honored to be appointed to this position to represent FVSU, along with a dozen other industry professionals. I value the organization's commitment to providing leadership on issues of concern to foundations and supporting the development of resources and services for the community of foundation professionals," Holloman said.

His three-year appointment began on July 1, 2020. Holloman's selection for this committee recognizes his achievements in leading FVSU's advancement as well as his desire and commitment to guiding the foundation forward to achieve even greater success. This appointment will allow him to work with industry professionals as a contributor and to learn best practices that can be implemented at FVSU.

About Fort Valley State University

Founded in 1895, Fort Valley State University is one of the nation's most innovative academic institutions, leveraging its unique role as a state and land-grant institution to make the educational opportunities available for everyone. The university's undergraduate and graduate campus and online degree programs enroll almost 3,000 students from all over the world. As part of its commitment to excellence, the university has produced more African-Americans with mathematics degrees than any other college in the nation in two of the past three years. FVSU students participate in more than 80 academic and civic organizations, honor societies, and study abroad programs. FVSU is Georgia's only 1890 land-grant institution, is part of the University System of Georgia, and is a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and NCAA Division II. Learn more by visiting

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