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Institute for Humane Studies
3301 N. Fairfax Dr. Ste. 440
The Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is a unique organization that assists undergraduate and graduate students worldwide with an interest in individual liberty. IHS also has a network of over 5,000 faculty throughout the world, who utilize IHS resources...
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Director of Network Relations @ Institute for Humane Studies (IHS),
: Offer something of value.
: It depends.
: For the industry in general, and certainly at the IHS
, enhancing data capabilities will make a difference as well as social media.
Chad Wilcox, who serves as the Director of Network Relations for the IHS.
In this role, Chad
oversees efforts to connect people with knowledge and opportunities and cultivates an active alumni community.
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Chad Wilcox, Director of Network Relations
Director of Network Relations
Chad Wilcox joined the Institute for Humane Studies in 2005.
tenure at IHS
, Chad has led the public policy and journalism programs, contributed to program marketing, and coordinated hiring efforts.
Today Chad serves as director of network and alumni relations, overseeing IHS's
multi-layered effort to connect people to knowledge and opportunities within the liberty movement.
Chad supervises the Find Scholars service, which matches scholars with opportunities to apply their expertise outside academia; Liberty Guide, IHS's online opportunity hub featuring job and event listings; and IHS's external relations department.
Prior to joining IHS
, Chad served as marketing director for Vanderbilt Student Communications, Inc. at Vanderbilt University
He holds a M.Ed. in organizational leadership and a B.A. in political science and economics, both from Vanderbilt.
Most importantly, Chad is an alumnus of IHS's summer seminar program and loves the Tennessee Titans, craft beer and cocktails, and liberty!
Director of Alumni Relations
Chad joined the Institute for Humane Studies in May 2005 and currently serves as director of alumni relations.
In this role, he oversees IHS's talent management strategy, driving efforts to connect young talent with resources and opportunities to advance liberty.
Prior to this role, Chad
helped to promote IHS programs and opportunities as a member of the marketing team, and coordinated hiring for the organization.
He joined the Institute after ten years in Nashville, TN, leaving his role as marketing director for Vanderbilt Student Communications, Inc. at Vanderbilt University.
In 2003, Chad earned a M.Ed. in organizational leadership from Vanderbilt.
He is also a 2002 graduate of Vanderbilt with a B.A. in political science and economics.
Additionally, Chad is an alumnus of the IHS summer seminar program.
Spurred by the IHS seminar and subsequent discussions with scholars both in and out of libertarian circles, Chad's exceedingly practical and results-oriented personality drew him closer to the concepts of classical liberalism.
Exploration and pursuit of these ideas led him to write for the libertarian-themed student magazine at Vanderbilt
and to maintain a personal weblogthat frequently discusses such issues.
enthusiasm for IHS
represents a fusion of his
interests in public policy and education with his
desire to play a role in an environment dedicated to market liberalism.
n extensive traveler, Chad
has visited 48 states and nearly 20 nations, many by backpack.
free time, he
enjoys hanging out with friends and intellectual discussions.
is also an avid Tennessee Titans fan, a frequent spades player, and enjoys most things sports-related and all things outdoors.
Chad Wilcox, Director of ...
Chad Wilcox, Director of Alumni Relations