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The following information is intended to help you make the appropriate contact in the President's Office and to provide guidance for planning your meetings and events that involve President Ray.
To invite President Ray to attend a university-sponsored activity or donor/prospect event, please e-mail your request to Elizabeth Grubb and include the details relevant to the event, such as:
Please indicate whether Dr. Ray's availability is the key element in selecting the date.
If the invitation includes a request for President Ray to deliver remarks at the event – Typically, remarks are drafted by the hosting organization and sent to Elizabeth Grubb, President Ray's executive secretary, no later than fourteen (14) business days before the event.
Please include the proposed topic, length of time for the remarks, and when in the program they will be delivered. Please note whether someone will be introducing him and whether he will be introducing anyone. It is helpful to include the names of anyone you would like President Ray to note while he is delivering his remarks. Please also note that any significant change in the event's format (e.g., informal remarks to formal speech, President Ray to give remarks to President Ray not to give remarks) should be communicated with Elizabeth Grubb in the President's Office.
If you need a response immediately – Please let us know and we will make every effort to respond within your deadline. We make every effort to respond immediately, but most requests require communicating with both the President’s Office and other university staff. The more information you include with your original request, the sooner we can respond.
Meeting/event background materials for Dr. Ray – Please deliver meeting/event briefing materials to Elizabeth Grubb in the President's Office (6th Floor, Kerr Administration Building) at least fourteen (14) business days prior to the event, unless requested earlier to accommodate the President's travel schedule.