James E. Collins

Vice President, Administration & Finance at Clark University

James E. Collins

James E. Collins

Vice President, Administration & Finance at Clark University

Biography

In addition to Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Mr. Collins serves as the Executive Vice President and Treasurer of Clark University and a Trustee of the George I. Alden Trust.

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Vice President of Government & Community Affairs & Campus Services at Clark University

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Special Projects Officer at Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc.

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Of Counsel at Fletcher Tilton PC

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Attorney at Fletcher Tilton PC

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Managing Trustee at Ruth H. & Warren A. Ellsworth Foundation

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Controller at Clark University

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President at Clark University

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Founder at Bet Shalom Housing for the Elderly

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Co-Founder at The Investment Fund for Foundations

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Vice President for Information Technology & Chief Information Officer at Clark University

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James E. Collins
Vice President, Administration & Finance at Clark University
Education
M.B.A.
Class of 1971

Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management is the graduate business school of Cornell University, a private Ivy League university located in Ithaca, New York. It was founded in 1946 and renamed in 1984 after Samuel Curtis Johnson, founder of S.C. Johnson & Son, following his family's $20 million endowment gift to the school in his honor—at the time, the largest gift to any business school in the world. The school is housed in Sage Hall and supports 59 full-time faculty members. There are about 600 Master of Business Administration (MBA) students in the full-time two-year and Accelerated MBA programs and 375 Executive MBA students. The school counts over 11,000 alumni and publishes the academic journal Administrative Science Quarterly.

B.S.
Class of 1970

Cornell is a privately endowed research university and a partner of the State University of New York. As the federal land-grant institution in New York State, they have a responsibility—unique within the Ivy League—to make contributions in all fields of knowledge in a manner that prioritizes public engagement to help improve the quality of life in our state, the nation, the world.

Career History
Vice President, Administration & Finance
Current

Clark University is a private research university and liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the oldest educational institution founded as an all-graduate university. Clark now also educates undergraduates. Clark University was founded by American businessman Jonas Gilman Clark in 1887. He started the university with a million dollars, and later added another million dollars to the fund because he feared the university might someday face a lack of funds. It was opened on October 2, 1889 as the first all-graduate university in the United States

Boards & Committees
Treasurer, Board of Trustees
Current

George I. Alden established the George I. Alden Trust on August 24, 1912. The Trust document, in its final form, consists of the original and twelve amendments, the last of which was made on August 19, 1926. The Trust was established for the general purpose of "the maintenance of some charitable or philanthropic enterprises" with particular expressed interest in "the promotion of education in schools, colleges, or other educational institutions," as well as a particular interest in Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester Technical High School, and the work of Massachusetts YMCAs. Given the perpetual character of the Trust and the certainty that the needs of charitable or philanthropic enterprises change over the years, the Trust further provides that "the Trustees shall have the widest discretion in their interpretation of the purposes of this Trust. . . ." The Trustees have given priority to higher education, predominately in support of independent undergraduate education, in smaller institutions with fulltime traditional undergraduate enrollments of at least 1,000 students and with a total undergraduate and graduate student population (full time equivalents) of under 5,000. The Trust focuses this support on institutions in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and the six New England states. Within Worcester, the Trust also supports a variety of educationally related projects. The Trustees focus their grant making on capital needs. They support institutions that demonstrate a combination of educational excellence, exciting programming, and efficient and effective administration. The Trustees primarily support proposals that they feel will contribute significantly to the intellectual growth of students and will enhance an institution's mission, with particular emphasis on Mr. Alden's expressed desire to "do the greatest good for the greatest number of beneficiaries."

Treasurer, Board of Trustees
Current

Clark University is a private research university and liberal arts college in Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1887, it is the oldest educational institution founded as an all-graduate university. Clark now also educates undergraduates. Clark University was founded by American businessman Jonas Gilman Clark in 1887. He started the university with a million dollars, and later added another million dollars to the fund because he feared the university might someday face a lack of funds. It was opened on October 2, 1889 as the first all-graduate university in the United States

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$2,500 - $4,999
2015

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

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2012

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

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2010

Founded in 1975, the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Inc. is a public charitable corporation located in Worcester, Massachusetts.The Greater Worcester Community Foundation's asset allocation policy is designed to preserve and grow principal over the long-term. The Investment Committee reviews performance evaluation data and selects managers for each asset class, based on guidance from independent consultants Prime Buchholz & Associates. The Foundation's asset allocation policy provides a disciplined approach to investments to ensure that funds will be available to address both immediate and future community needs.

Political Donations
$100
2009

Governor at Massachusetts Office of the Governor, Charles Baker

Other Affiliations

James E. Collins is affiliated with Clark University, George I Alden Trust, Clark University

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