Campaign Leadership

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Bob Fisher, Ph.D.

Belmont University President

“In recent years Belmont University surprised many locally and nationally with its phenomenal growth and astounding success. Landing in the Top 5 Universities in the South in U.S. News, adding more than $500 million in new or upgraded facilities and hosting Tennessee’s first presidential debate are just a few of the unprecedented accomplishments that come to mind. But we believe this is only the beginning. This comprehensive campaign is lifting the University to even greater levels of acclaim, strengthening our ability to offer a world class education by attracting top faculty, enhancing student experiences, creating mission opportunities, supporting athletics and expanding research. Most importantly, this campaign better positions us to aid qualified students in achieving a Belmont education, regardless of their financial circumstances.”

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Milton Johnson

We Believe Campaign Chair
HCA Chairman/CEO
1979 B.B.A. Belmont alumnus

“I give to Belmont because I can personally attest to the transformative power of a Belmont education. My Belmont scholarship was a life-changing opportunity for me, one that I never would have imagined as a Stratford High School student. I am honored to stand with this University in its campaign because I believe Belmont provides a world-class education to help individuals reach their greatest potential. I want to be part of making that happen for generations of students to come.”

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Perry Moulds, Ph.D.

Belmont University Vice President for Development and External Relations

“Belmont University cannot achieve what we need to for our students, our community and our world without our partners—the alumni, parents, friends and corporate supporters of our mission. I believe this campaign is taking an already successful institution to the next level, catapulting us even further onto the national stage and empowering  an extraordinary future for this campus.”