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Educational administrator

Jack Carter Phillips, American educational administrator. Appointed Ambassador of Goodwill Governor of Kentucky, 1983; appointed honorary Kentucky Colonel, 1983. Served with United States Marine Corps, 1954-1957. Member Council for Support Education, Chamber of Commerce Clubs: Lafayette (Lexington, Kentucky); Richland Country (Nashville). Lodges: Rotary; Kiwanis.

Background

Phillips, Jack Carter was born on January 27, 1935 in Scottsboro, Alabama, United States. Son of Howard E. and Marie (Carter) Phillips.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Birmingham Southern College, 1960;Master of Divinity, Vanderbilt University, 1963;Doctor of Laws, Union College Kentucky, 1981.

Career

Director church relations, Birmingham Southern College, Alabama, 1968-1970;director church relations, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, 1970-1973;assistant to president, U. Alabama, Huntsville, 1973-1975;executive director, Marshall U. Foundation, Huntington, West Virginia, 1975-1977;president, National Methodist Foundation, Nashville, 1977-1983;president, Union College, Barbourville, Kentucky, since 1983. Director funding Bach Festival, Carmel, California, 1977-1982. Member estate planning commission Vanderbilt University School Religion, Nashville, since 1980.

Consultant, president J. Phillips & Associations, Nashville, since 1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: National television Presence Program and Ministry for United Methodist Church, 1980.

Membership

Served with United States Marine Corps, 1954-1957. Member Council for Support Education, Chamber of Commerce Clubs: Lafayette (Lexington, Kentucky). Richland Country (Nashville).

Lodges: Rotary; Kiwanis.

Connections

Son of Howard E. and Marie (Carter) P. M. Frances Juanita Fortham, May 17, 1967. 1 daughter, Annette.

father:
Howard E. Phillips

mother:
Marie (Carter) Phillips

spouse:
Frances Juanita Fortham