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SC African Amercan History Calendar Featuring James H. Salley
Since 1992, James H. Salley has been improving access to higher education for minority students as Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Advancement for Africa University in Zimbabwe. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Salley works within the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church where he is responsible for communicating about the university and fundraising through United Methodist Churches and other organizations.
With his leadership, Africa University has grown from 40 students in renovated farm buildings to 1,600 students with more than 6,000 graduates and 44 modern buildings. The university endowment fund has also grown from $300,000 to $65 million.
A native of Orangeburg, South Carolina and graduate of South Carolina State University, Salley holds certificates for graduate seminars in higher education and fundraising. Before his work with the United Methodist Church, he worked as the Director of Institutional Advancement for South Carolina State.
View the S.C. African American History 2016 Caledar here.