FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Excellent Leadership is Critical to Success
(Topeka) - Today, the Board of Regents approved the salary increases of the six state university CEO’s to a more competitive level with their peer institutions so that these outstanding leaders can be retained. The funding for this compensation initiative is funded 100% by private funds.
“We are pleased to recognize the tremendous engagement President Kirk Schulz has demonstrated with donors, alumni and all other members of the K-State family," said Curt Frasier, chairman of the KSU Foundation board of directors. "His leadership has played an integral role in advancing philanthropic giving to the Foundation to unprecedented heights. We sincerely appreciate his passion and tireless efforts in ultimate support of the university." Dale Seuferling, chairman of the University of Kansas Endowment Association, echoed this sentiment by saying “we are pleased to support the Board of Regents request that we provide additional support for the coming year.”
“These CEO’s are tremendous leaders and we do not want to lose the momentum that has been building at these universities. We are happy to partner with the university foundations to ensure the continuance of this excellent leadership at our state universities” said Fred Logan, Vice Chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents.
For more information, contact Mary Jane Stankiewicz at (785) 296-3421 or email@example.com.
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