Texas Woman’s University names inaugural president at Dallas campus

February 16, 2024

Texas Woman’s University has appointed Monica Christopher as the inaugural president for the university’s Dallas campus. Christopher is a nonprofit executive and community relationships professional with 25 years of experience.

Christopher began her career in 1999 as senior director for the Dallas Morning News/WFAA. She would later join the Communities Foundation of Texas as senior director of strategic philanthropy before becoming senior vice president and chief giving and community impact officer.

“Monica is an exceptional innovator and collaborator with a solid track record of successful fundraising and relationship building in Dallas, which will serve Texas Woman’s well in its quest to grow the Dallas campus,” Texas Woman’s Chancellor Carine Feyten said.

Christopher officially assumed her presidential duties Feb. 1. As president of TWU-Dallas, she is responsible for providing key leadership to elevate the campus’ impact in the community and beyond. She has extensive experience fundraising and forging successful private-public sector partnerships.

Edit: This story has been edited to correct the name of Texas Woman’s University.

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