Hibbs named director of institutional advancement at Olivet College
Aug 18, 2009
Todd Hibbs has been named director of institutional advancement at Olivet College, according to an announcement by President Don Tuski, Ph.D.
Hibbs is responsible for managing all operations within the colleges Office of Institutional Advancement. He will lead fund-raising and development efforts, as well as oversee alumni and college relations.
Prior to his new position, Hibbs served as head wrestling coach at Olivet College for five years, posting a 56-24-2 dual meet record. Under his tenure, Olivet placed eighth twice in three trips to the National Wrestling Coaches Association National Duals. Hibbs also led the Comets to three Mid-States Conference Championships and was named the 2009 Mid-States Conference Coach of the Year.
Todd has demonstrated great leadership in coaching and teaching, as well as commitment to the college, Tuski said. He has been very successful in fund-raising for the wrestling program and we look forward to seeing him continue that success on a greater level.
Hibbs has an extensive background working in administration for several non-profit organizations. He also previously served as an assistant professor in the Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sport Department at Olivet.
Hibbs earned a bachelors degree from Mount Union College in 1989 and a masters degree in counseling psychology and human performance from Michigan State University.
He resides in Battle Creek with wife, Karen Kane, and two children.