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Brendan Sullivan

Feb 17, 2022

NC Textile Foundation Appoints Brendan Sullivan as the Next Board President

Textile and apparel industry leader Brendan Sullivan, who served as a chief executive within the VF Corporation before retiring last year, was named president of the North Carolina Textile Foundation's board of directors. 

Wilson College of Textiles sign

Sep 14, 2021

Wilson College Donors Step Up Big During COVID Crisis

The North Carolina Textile Foundation set its fundraising records despite the impact of the pandemic. 

Glen Raven

Sep 9, 2021

Glen Raven Donates $250K to NC State Wilson College of Textiles’ Pioneer Scholarship Program

More North Carolina students will receive support for an education in textiles thanks to a generous donation from Glen Raven, Inc. 

1,201,160 Raised on NC State Day of Giving

Apr 2, 2021

Stronger for tomorrow: Donors support Wilson College of Textiles on Day of Giving

Written by Tony Hoppa. After a year in which time seemingly stood still, 24 hours went by in the blink of an eye March 24 – and by midnight, NC State’s third Day of Giving was in the books. So, too, were 533 gifts – an increase of 45% from 2020 – from generous donors who… 

Jaclyn Hage

Aug 13, 2019

Jaclyn Hage Named New NCTF Director of Development

The Wilson College of Textiles welcomes Jaclyn Hage as the new director of development for the North Carolina Textile Foundation. 

Michael Ward

Aug 1, 2019

Ward Promoted to NCTF Executive Director

Get to know Michael Ward, who was recently promoted to executive director of the North Carolina Textile Foundation (NCTF), the fundraising arm of the Wilson College of Textiles. 

Dean’s Young Alumni Leadership Council

Nov 12, 2018

Meet the Members of the Dean’s Young Alumni Leadership Council

A group of recent graduates is helping to shape the NC State Wilson College of Textiles as they give back to their alma mater. The Dean’s Young Alumni Leadership Council was established with 12 members in 2017; over the past year, members have worked to support the College in myriad ways, from volunteering their time at events to creating internship opportunities for current students.