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Senior Leadership Team

Rebecca Anderson
Vice President for Marketing, Strategy and Communications

Rebecca is the leader of Queens' marketing and community relations team, where she is charged with raising the university's profile locally, regionally and nationally. Her background spans two decades of writing, public relations, marketing and corporate communications experience with top consumer brands across multiple fields. Prior to Queens she served in vice president roles at both LendingTree and The Walt Disney Company, as well as running her own communication consulting firm, RBA Communications. Anderson has been published in several professional journals and is a regular presenter at higher education conferences such as the American Marketing Association's Symposium on Higher Education Marketing and the Council for the Advancement and support of Education. She also serves on the board of directors of the Arts and Science Council, where she is the chair of the marketing committee and the campaign vice chair for marketing and communication. Anderson earned a BA in history from Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA and an MBA from Queens.

James Bullock

James Bullock
Vice President for University Advancement

James has more than 23 years of in-depth fundraising experience in higher education. In his role as Vice President for University Advancement at Queens, James provides strategic oversight of the University's advancement program, including its critical development and capital fundraising initiatives. Prior to coming to Queens, James served as Vice President of University Advancement at Wake Forest University, where he led an office of more than 75 alumni, development, marketing and communications professionals. As director of the Campaign for Wake Forest from 1999 to 2006, James led a dedicated team of staff and volunteers to a record-setting landmark - surpassing the University's $600 million goal by more than $89 million. James earned his BA (1985) and MBA (1995) from Wake Forest University. A frequent speaker on capital campaigns and planned giving at Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) conferences, James is also an active member of several civic and professional organizations, including CASE, the Center for Congressional Health, and the Highland Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, NC.

Dr.  Lynn M. Morton

Dr.  Lynn M. Morton
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

Lynn was appointed Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs in July 2014. She has served the University as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (June 2010 - July 2014),  Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs (Jan. 2009 -June 2010) and Chair of the English Department (May 2005 - Jan. 2009), and she holds the Dorothy M. Shelton Chair of English and the rank of tenured Associate Professor. She has also served as Director of the First Year Writing Program at Queens and as the University's accreditation officer.

She earned her Ph.D. in Renaissance and Medieval British Literature from the University of South Carolina, her  MA degree in British Literature from the University of Nevada-Reno, and her BA degree in English and History with teacher licensure from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. At Queens she was awarded both the William S. Lee Distinguished Professor Award (2004) and the Joseph W. Grier Distinguished Professor Award (2008). Her academic specialization is Renaissance women writers, and she has made presentations since joining administration at the American Association of Colleges and Universities, the Southern Association of College & Schools, the national and local Writing Program Administrators conference, and Bridges Leadership Institute for Women.

Bill Nichols

Bill Nichols
Vice President for Campus Planning and Services

Bill came aboard the Queens team in June 2005. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he earned his Bachelor of Architecture. Nichols was a partner with Lee-Nichols Architecture, the winner of prestigious Kamphoefner Prize in 1996 and the Firm Award from AIA North Carolina in 2000. His firm specialized in university projects constructing buildings on most of the university campuses in North Carolina. Nichols developed the campus master plans for UNC-Charlotte, North Carolina Central University, Appalachian State University, the Mint Museum of Art and Charlotte Country Day School.  Nichols has been very active in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and served as President of AIA North Carolina in 1994. He was President of the NC Architectural Foundation from 1996-1997. Also, he is a member of the Association of University Architects (AUA) and the Society of College & University Planners (SCUP). He has been involved with the Mecklenburg County Council Boy Scouts of America for many years, is an Eagle Scout and received the Silver Beaver award in 2004. Currently, he is on the executive committee of the council serving as Vice President of Properties.

Matt Packey

Matt Packey
CFO and Vice President for Administration

Matt joined Queens as chief financial officer and vice president for administration in June 2010. His past experience includes seven years with a “Big 4” accounting firm and fourteen years with public and private companies in various financial leadership roles including controller, VP of financial reporting, chief accounting officer and chief financial officer. Matt is a CPA, licensed in North Carolina and is an honors graduate from the University of Akron, holding a BS-Accounting degree.  


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