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Boyette, Sandra (Video Interview and Transcript)

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Winston-Salem, NC
creator
Boyette, Sandra
Zanish-Belcher, Tanya
date
2015-09-22T18:42:09Z
2015-09-22T18:42:09Z
2014-12-11
2015-09-21 (issued)
description
Sandra Combs Boyette attended Meredith College, earned her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, has a Master�۪s from Converse College and is a graduate of Wake Forest University�۪s School of Management (1995). She joined the Development office as a staff writer in 1981, and her positions at Wake Forest have included Director of Foundation Relations/Assistant Director of Development, Director of Public Information (1987-1988), Vice President for Public Affairs (1988-1997), Vice President for University Advancement (1997-2006), and Senior Advisor to the President (2006-2016). Boyette describes her early career as a school teacher and coming to Wake Forest and becoming involved with fundraising. She also shares her memories about the 1988 Presidential Debate, WFDD, and the growth of university administration.
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video/mp4
oral histories
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RG53.1, History of Wake Forest University Oral Histories, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA.
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/57323
language
English
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Boyette, Sandra--Interviews
Wake Forest University--History
title
Boyette, Sandra (Video Interview and Transcript)
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moving image

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