More on Dr. Meredith S. Gunter
Dr. Meredith S. Gunter serves as outreach director for the demographics and workforce section of the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at the University of Virginia. Meredith earned her bachelor's degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio; her master's degree from Indiana University; and her doctorate from the University of Maryland. Additionally, she holds an advanced certificate in gerontology.
Dr. Gunter serves as Rector of the Board of Visitors at James Madison University, Co-chair and co-founder of the Patients and Friends Research Fund at the University of Virginia Cancer Center, and as a member of the Board of the Cancer Center. She is married to Bradley Hunt Gunter; and they have a son, Macon, who is 21 years old. She is stepmother and grandmother to Hunt Gunter, Valerie West, and Zena Kirby, Chase Gunter, and Madeline Gunter.
Dr. Gunter's work roles have included: Provost of the New College of Global Studies at Radford University, Assistant to the President at Longwood University, Director of the Graduate Internship program and research assistant at the University of Maryland, and Director of Residence Hall Services at Virginia Commonwealth University. She also served as Special Assistant for Governor Gerald L. Baliles of Virginia and as Director of International Services for the law firm of Hunton & Williams.
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