Universitywide development and communications staff
College of Health Professions
T. Greg Prince, Ed.D.
Senior Director of Development
Phone: (804) 828-7247
T. Greg Prince, Ed.D., joined VCU’s College of Health Professions in September 2016. Prince has more than 20 years of professional experience in university development and advancement. Before coming to VCU, Prince led the advancement effort at Salisbury University, a small public regional institution on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. During his career, Prince has had a track record of initiating new development programs and donor/stewardship initiatives as well as forming volunteer groups.
His work before Salisbury focused on academic medicine development at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and at East Carolina University's Medical & Health Sciences Foundation. In December 2015, he graduated with his Ed.D. in educational leadership from East Carolina University.
Beth Ayers (M.S.’91/E)
Director of External Relations - Department of Health Administration
Phone: (804) 828-8662
Beth Ayers joined the Department of Health Administration in 2010. She previously served for five years in a similar capacity in the dean’s office of the College of Health Professions. In her current position, she works with the 2,200-plus alumni of the department’s three programs, directs all alumni functions, manages alumni communication and marketing and is involved with donor gifts, stewardship, development and fundraising efforts. Ayers manages all reunions and works closely with the Alumni Advisory Council. Ayers holds a B.S. in business from Belmont University in Nashville and an M.S. from VCU’s School of Education.
Director of Communications
Phone: (804) 828-7247
Heather E. Millar (M.B.A.’08/B)
Director of Development - Department of Nurse Anesthesia
Phone: (804) 628-3787
Heather Millar holds an undergraduate degree from Randolph-Macon College and an M.B.A. from VCU. Her most successful development experience to date includes the establishment of an institutional advancement office with a 50-year constituent base that had never been cultivated for the Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing. Millar also served as the executive director of a small nonprofit in the Richmond, Virginia, area that supports a local childhood cancer foundation. She has served on several boards, speaks at national conferences and has received various awards and honors, including Richmondmom.com’s April 2011 “Rockstar.”