Tim Warnock, BA’84, is the epitome of a loyal Commodoreby Matt Anderson Sep. 29, 2017, 4:01 PM
Alumni Association Board Director Tim Warnock, BA’84, is a model of alumni engagement. He is a donor, Reunion 2014 Class Weekend chair, and a CoRPs and student–alumni programs volunteer. He even teaches Advanced Evidence and Trial Advocacy: Civil at Vanderbilt Law School. He knows firsthand how that involvement is both personally fulfilling and important to Vanderbilt.
I support Vanderbilt because it has been such a meaningful influence in my life.
“I support Vanderbilt because it has been such a meaningful influence in my life,” writes Warnock. “I want to do my part to ensure that others have not only the ability to be part of this community, but also the guidance to know how they can continue to evolve their relationship with Vanderbilt from student to alumnus/alumna to active alumni leader.
“Each of these stages of my participation in the Vanderbilt community—student, alumnus, active alumni leader—has led to a fulfilling variety of experiences and relationships.”