SUSAN HOY Retired, Assistant General Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Susan Hoy earned her bachelorâ€™s degree from the University of Missouri in 1967 and a Juris Doctorate degree in 1974 from Emory University School of Law. In 2008, Hoy was awarded the Emory University School of Law Distinguished Alumni Award. Hoy currently serves on the board of trustees for the Center of Visually Impaired in Atlanta and the Emory Alumni Association board and has served on the MVC Board of Trustees since 2014.
"MVC is preparing students for a rewarding life in a world that is growing smaller every day..."
Why do you support MVC? I support MVC because it provides an excellent educational opportunity for students who thrive where they can get individualized attention. For those students, whether they are the first in their family to attend college or they simply are drawn to a smaller campus, the individualized attention from faculty and staff can help them overcome unexpected challenges and identify opportunities to polish existing skills to a high shine. MVC has a
long tradition of academic excellence and deep involvement with its students. More recently, the school has developed a diverse student culture, drawing students from almost every state and many countries in almost every continent. For many of our students, exposure to this diversity is a new experience and provides the opportunity to learn to work within a diverse community, as they will be expected to do after they graduate. MVC is preparing students for a rewarding life in a world that is growing smaller every day, and that is why I support it with my time, energy and financial gifts.
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