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Hull named vice president for advancement at Olivet College
Oct 10, 2011

William “B.J.” Hull has been named vice president for advancement at Olivet College, according to an announcement by President Steven M. Corey, Ph.D.

Hull, of Lansing, is responsible for managing all operations within the college’s Office of Institutional Advancement. He will lead fundraising and development efforts, as well as oversee alumni and college relations.

Prior to his new position, Hull served as regional director of gift planning at Michigan State University, where he led planned giving efforts in the Midwest region and raised $29.3 million in cash and planned gifts. He has also served as associate director of development major and planned gifts for MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and as director of development with the Lansing Symphony Orchestra. In addition, Hull has worked with the March of Dimes in Lansing and the Boy Scouts of America in Flint and Pontiac.

“B.J. brings an array of experiences and expertise in fundraising that will greatly enhance our team,” said President Corey. “Olivet has a history of strong donor support from a diverse array of alumni and friends. I’m confident that B.J. will do a fabulous job in connecting their passions and interests to the work and needs of our students and faculty as we work to build the Olivet College of the future.”

Hull earned a Master in Business Administration from MSU and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Alma College. He has served as president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Capital Area Chapter; president elect of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning, Mid-Michigan Chapter; and member of the Greater Lansing Estate Planning Council and Rotary International.


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