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VCU names Kevin Sullivan assistant vice president for capital assets and real estate

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Kevin G. Sullivan will join the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Division of Administration as assistant vice president for capital assets and real estate, effective Jan. 1. 

In this role, Sullivan will be responsible for developing the overall real estate strategy for VCU, the VCU Health System, and its affiliated foundations for the acquisition and disposition of buildings and lands.
Since 2003, Sullivan has served as associate vice president for administration and general counsel for the Virginia Tech Foundation Inc., a $1.5 billion university-related 501(c)(3) organization.


“Kevin brings tremendous depth to this new position with more than a decade directing the Virginia Tech Foundation Inc.’s real estate operations,” Meredith Weiss, VCU’s vice president for administration, said in a statement.


Earlier in his career, Sullivan worked for the law firm of LeClair Ryan in Blacksburg, where he was an associate specializing in business and technology and part of the firm’s real estate group. He also has worked as counsel in the law department at Mobil Oil Corp./ExxonMobil Corp. in Fairfax and as associate counsel at MCI Communications Corp. in Washington, D.C.

A Chicago native, Sullivan earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Northern Illinois University and a master’s degree in political science from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He earned his Juris Doctor degree at Northern Illinois University College of Law and a graduate certificate in nonprofit management from Virginia Tech.




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