Carroll Stevens named CMC Vice President of Advancement

Carroll Stevens has been named Vice President of Advancement for the College.

Carroll, who has been serving as Interim Executive Director of Advancement, comes to CMC with an extraordinary track record of accomplished leadership in development and higher education. He has key expertise in capital funding and cumulative fundraising experience in excess of $800 million. He arrives with extensive and diverse experience in education, from foundation leadership to global consulting, to national innovations in education debt reduction.

Carroll has served in many significant roles in his career:

  • Associate Dean for Development at Yale Law School, and leadership or governance positions at five other colleges and universities.
  • Senior Fellow and strategic advisor to the Stupski Foundation, created by the emeritus COO and Vice Chairman of the Charles Schwab company, where he provided quality-assurance of the Foundation’s interventions in 23 urban school districts.
  • Co-founder of Achievement First, one of the premier charter school networks in the country. Senior Vice President at Mott MacDonald, where he guided their education reform work in North America and senior executive at Cambridge Education, a leading provider of education services in the United States with projects in nearly 600 districts that improve learning outcomes by highlighting programs that build capacity for teachers and education leaders. Cambridge Education was conceived and born at Cambridge University.
  • President of the Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAP) Foundation, a leading organization devoted to promoting accessibility and success in higher education.
  • Trustee at the Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust.

Carroll holds a J.D. from the University of Kentucky College of Law and an honorary Doctor of Laws from Georgetown College. He will oversee Development, Alumni and Parent Relations, and Public Affairs.