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As President Alger travels to introduce The Madison Plan to groups of JMU alumni, donors and friends, you can find coverage here: What’s coming up. What just happened. What people think. Please tune in.In the meantime, learn more about The Madison Plan.

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STOP FOUR: RICHMOND

President Alger made his latest Madison Vision Tour visit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond,Va., on Jan. 27. Alger has toured the East Coast, from New York to Richmond so far, spreading the wordof his plan for the future of James Madison University. Please scroll to see photos and videos from theRichmond event and past events as well.
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Below: Susan McGhee (BBA ’80), College of Business, Major: Accounting, Employment: Director, Internal Audit, CarMax
Below: Mary Robinson (BA ’76), College of Arts & Letters, Major: English; (MED ’79),College of Education, Major: Reading Education, Employment: Leadership Faculty, JMU
Below: Scott Thornhill (’78), College of Business, Major: Marketing, JMU Parent,Employment: Senior Vice President and Investment Officer for Wells Fargo Advisors LLC.
Below: Martha Grover (BBA ’83), College of Business, Major: Finance, Employment: President, Estes Foundation; President, Hardrock Development

Below: Theresa Crowl (BS ’75), College of Science & Mathematics, Major: Biology

STOP THREE: NORTHERN VIRGINIA

The third stop of President Alger’s Vision Tour took place in Northern Virginia on Nov. 19. President Algerengaged with the many alumni present at the event, discussing the future of James Madison University.Scroll down to see pictures and videos from all the Vision Tour events.
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President Alger speaking
Below: Chiquita King (‘09, ‘11M), Media Arts and Design, Senior Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton 
Tom Rogowski (‘84, P), Economics, Senior VP and Market Investment Director, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
Below: Patrick Julius (‘87), Accounting, Past President, JMU Alumni Association 

STOP TWO: NEW YORK, NY

President Alger traveled north to New York City on Wednesday, Nov. 12. President Alger continued his tour to speak to alumni, parents, and faculty about the Madison Plan, his vision for the future of James Madison University as a national model for an engaged university. Scroll down to see pictures and videos from the second tour stop.

President Alger Speaking

Below: James Moye (’96), History Major, Actor

James Moye
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guests mingle at the Vision Tour
Below: Sam Brodowski (’01), SMAD Major, Portfolio Specialist- Lord, Abbett & Co. LLC
Below: Justin Quaglia (’11), Finance Major, Analyst- Goldman Sachs
Below: Kathryn Byrne (’87), Accounting Major, Partner- WeiserMazars LLP

STOP ONE: WASHINGTON, D.C.

President Alger kicked off the Madison Vision Tour in Washington, D.C. on Monday, Oct. 20. The crowd of alumni, parents, faculty and donors listened in anticipation as President Alger officially unveiled his strategic plan to position James Madison University as the national model for the engaged university.

Scroll down to see pictures and videos capturing the tour’s first stop.

Visit our Flickr site to see ALL the photos from this event.

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Below: Ida Rademacher (‘91), Policy and Research VP Corporation for Enterprise Development, Past JMU Liberal Arts Executive Advisory Council
Below: David Chipman (‘83), SAIC operations manager, JMU Parent, Computer Science Executive Advisory Council
Below: Maureen Walsh ‘(91), Attorney/Director of Federal Government Relations, ML Strategies, JMU Liberal Arts Executive Advisory Council
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Below: Kevin Kelly (‘89), Owner, Spectrum Group LLP, Duke Club Board

Below: Jack Kaye, Federal Scientist, JMU Parent, Honors Program Executive Advisory Council
Below: Pratt Templeton (‘09), Vorsight, Management Major

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