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Head of Development
David Routh ’ 82 — a veteran cor- porate executive with extensive connections to philanthropy on
campus as a former staff member and as a
volunteer — has been named UNC’s new
vice chancellor for
Folt selected Routh
after a national
search and the work
of a search committee led by Board of
Lowry Caudill ’ 79.
work in mid-October.
Julia Sprunt Grumbles ’ 75 had served the
past year as interim vice chancellor for university advancement following the departure of Matt Kupec ’ 80, who resigned in
September 2012 after questions were raised
about his travel expenses.
Routh, a native of Greensboro, has been
managing director for U.S. Trust/Bank of
America Private Wealth Management in
Raleigh and has spent the past 17 years
serving individuals and families and their
charitable interests, including universities,
private foundations and charitable trusts.
Routh is UNC’s senior development
officer and oversees the staff that works
closely with campus fundraising offices and
affiliated foundations that support professional schools, the College of Arts and Sciences and other units. He also is chief
executive of the UNC-Chapel Hill Foundation Inc., the nonprofit corporation that
receives gifts on behalf of the University.
At Carolina, Routh was director of gift
planning from 2006 to 2009 during the
University’s last major fundraising campaign — Carolina First — which raised a
record $2.38 billion over eight years.
He had been vice chair of UNC’s
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center’s board of visitors and chair of its capital
campaign planning committee. He is a past
board member and committee chair for
the UNC Parents Council. As a student at
UNC, he earned Phi Beta Kappa honors
with bachelor’s degrees in economics and