Derek Dictson Joins Bush School as Director of Development

September 28, 2015

Derek DictsonDerek Dictson recently joined the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M as Director of Development. In this role, Dictson assists in raising support that will enhance the School’s ability to educate principled leaders in public and international affairs and conduct valuable research. A 2000 MPA graduate of the Bush School, Dictson brings an extensive background in development, business management, marketing, and nonprofit management to the School’s development programs. Prior to joining the A&M Foundation in 2012, he served as executive director of Health for All, a nonprofit primary health care clinic and as president of the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley.

“Derek Dictson’s background in fundraising and development will be an incredible asset to the Bush School,” said Dean Crocker. “We look forward to partnering with him in growing the School’s capacity to deliver an affordable, top-tier education to future public servants.”

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