Earl Warren Accepts Institutional Development Post
Earl Warren of Anniston, chief
executive officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of East Central Alabama,
will become Jacksonville State University's new director of institutional
development effective March 6.
position became available when Ms. Melanie Delap left institutional
development to accept a new position as JSU's director of development
services and executive director of the JSU Foundation, Inc. Warren's
duties will include directing the university's annual fund and capital
is a certified field service provider and certified professional of
the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He has an extensive background
in fundraising at the local, state, and regional level and has been
responsible for raising over $2.5 million over the last four years.
is from Oneonta, Ala., and graduated from Oneonta High School in 1981.
He attended JSU on an athletics scholarship and played basketball for
the Gamecocks from 1981-85, where in his senior season the team won
the national championship.
graduated with a B.S. in sociology. He continued his basketball career
professionally in the CBA with the Birmingham Bandits. In 1989, Warren
began his Boys & Girls Club journey in Anniston.
served in numerous positions within the Boys & Girls Club organization,
including positions as unit director, area director, and regional service
he moved to Huntsville, Ala., as club director of Boys & Girls Clubs
of Greater Huntsville. From 1995 -1999, Warren founded and grew the
Boys & Girls Clubs of North Mississippi in Tupelo. His next stop was
in Atlanta, where he served as the southeast regional service director
for Boys & Girls Clubs of America. In that capacity, Warren was able
to apply his grassroots, hands-on experience to the national-level task
of consulting 36 organizations composed of approximately 200 clubs throughout
Tennessee and Alabama.
currently serves as the head coach of the Donoho Falcons varsity
men's and women's basketball teams.
He attends the Moore Ave. Church of Christ. Warren and his wife Melody
have two sons, Keenan 12, and Kobe, four.
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