Bethany Goolsby Named UTHSC Associate Vice Chancellor for Development

Bethany Goolsby Named UTHSC Associate Vice Chancellor for Development

Memphis, Tenn. (Feb. 26, 2013) – Randy L. Farmer, EdD, vice chancellor for Development and Alumni Affairs at the University of Tennessee Health Science
Center (UTHSC), has announced that Bethany Goolsby, JD, has been promoted to associate vice chancellor for Development. In her new position, which she
assumes on March 1, Goolsby will assist in managing college-based and regional development programs in addition to her existing responsibilities in leading
Planned Giving for UTHSC. She had been an assistant vice chancellor for Planned Giving since 2007 and has a decade-long career with UTHSC.

“Bethany has built relationships with team members throughout UTHSC and across the entire UT system,” Dr. Farmer said. “Her skills, insight and commitment
to our organization are solid assets that serve our alumni, donors, friends and colleagues well. She will be an invaluable resource for our team as we
expand our fund-raising outreach and development efforts going forward.”

A native Memphian, Goolsby is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, graduating in 1996. In 1999, she earned her law degree
from the University of Tennessee College of Law. She is president of the Planned Giving Council of Greater Memphis, a local professional group whose work
includes developing, marketing and administering charitable planned gifts. A Fellow of the Leadership Academy of Memphis, she is also a member of the
Memphis Rotary Club, and serves as president of the board of directors of Grace House of Memphis, a residential substance abuse treatment facility for
women.

As the flagship statewide academic health system, the mission of the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) is to bring the
benefits of the health sciences to the achievement and maintenance of human health, with a focus on the citizens of Tennessee and the region, by pursuing
an integrated program of education, research, clinical care, and public service. Offering a broad range of postgraduate and selected baccalaureate training
opportunities, the main UTHSC campus is located in Memphis and includes six colleges: Allied Health Sciences, Dentistry, Graduate Health Sciences,
Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy. UTHSC also educates and trains cohorts of medicine, pharmacy and/or allied health students — in addition to medical
residents and fellows — at its major sites in Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville. Founded in 1911, during its more than 100 years, UT Health Science
Center has educated and trained more than 53,000 health care professionals in academic settings and health care facilities across the state. For more
information, visit www.uthsc.edu.

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